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Lawmakers Reflect on the Budget Session [AUDIO]

Before heading home, lawmakers reflect on the budget session.

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Hathaway Scholarship Increase Passes Legislature, Lawmakers Discuss Interim Topics [AUDIO]

Lawmakers wind up the session working on final passage of bills and conference committee reports.

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Medicaid Expansion and Early Childhood Bills Fail Introduction

A medicaid expansion bill fails introduction in the Senate. An Early Childhood education bill fails in the house.

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Governor Mead Presents Proposed Budget to Lawmakers Monday

Lawmakers had questions about several items in the governor's proposed budget including pay raises for state employees, more money for local governments and additional money for roads.

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Work Begins on Developing Energy Curriculum For Schools

The Wyoming Afterschool Alliance got a $75,000 state grant two months ago to recommend how to further develop and fund the program. A report is due to the governor and state lawmakers next month.

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Art in Public Buildings Celebration at Guard

In 1991, the 51st Wyoming Legislature passed the Arts in Public Buildings legislation. One percent of construction costs of new state owned buildings is used for the purpose of placing artwork in a public setting.

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Gov. Mead Says He Will Contineu to Push Wyoming’s Technology Sector

Mead says he is waiting to see the October Consensus Revenue Estimating Group (CREG) forecast, but is considering asking the legislature to fund a unified network.

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