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Lawmakers Looking At Local Court Workload

Lawmakers may soon begin examining the workloads of district judges in Laramie County amid concerns that people have to wait long periods of time before having their day in court and judges being overworked.

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Lawmakers Looking At Asset Forfeiture

State lawmakers are working on legislation to reform civil asset forfeiture, which requires owners to go to court to argue for their money back if it has been seized by authorities in connection to alleged drug crimes.

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Cancer Society Official Wants Higher Cigarette Tax

An official with the American Cancer Society of Wyoming says the state legislature should increase taxes on tobacco.

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Should A Commission Oversee The Lottery?

There's talk among some state legislators of creating a state gaming commission to oversee the Wyoming Lottery and other gambling.

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Do You Think That Wyoming Legislators Should Receive A Pay Raise In 2019? [POLL]

The price of living does continue to rise and that means more of a burden on our citizen Legislature in the great state of Wyoming.

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Steenbergen: Legislature Didn’t Deal With Problems

Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dale Steenbergen says the 2015 Wyoming Legislature didn't do a very good job of tackling the issues facing Wyoming.

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Balow: Writing Test Was Flawed

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow says a statewide writing test which was eliminated by the 2015 Wyoming Legislature was problematic.

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Kaysen Calls Legislative Session “Challenging”

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is giving the 2015 Wyoming Legislative session a mixed review.

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Wyoming Senate Votes Down Gun Free Repeal Bill

The Wyoming Senate on Wednesday voted down a bill that would have repealed most gun-free zones in Wyoming.

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Mayor Prefers Amended Gun Bill

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says he prefers the amended version of a bill that would allow people with concealed carry permits to bring guns into public buildings (except courtrooms).

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