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Wyo. Legislature Faces Budget Talks In 2013 Session

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming House Speaker-elect Tom Lubnau says crafting a supplemental state budget will be the "overriding concern" as lawmakers open the 2013 session Tuesday.

The Gillette Republican says, "With the decrease in income that the state has, there's not a lot of room for legislative initiative

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Lawmakers Push Freedom Arms as Wyoming’s State Gun

Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing to designate a powerful revolver made by a homegrown gun company as the official state firearm.

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(Photo: Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media)
(Photo: Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media)
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Gov. Matt Mead to Present His Budget to Lawmakers

Gov. Matt Mead is set to present his proposed budget to state lawmakers in Cheyenne.

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Most Legislators Unopposed Tuesday [AUDIO]

More than 60 percent of the legislative candidates on Tuesday's General Election are running unopposed. In most cases that's because there are no Democratic candidates for the seat. A presentation on Autism and Asperger's Syndromes is scheduled for the University of Wyoming on Tuesday. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Cheyenne Firefighter Joe Fender
Cheyenne Firefighter Joe Fender
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Cheyenne Firefighter to Run for State House

Cheyenne Fire Fighter Joe Fender has announced his plan to seek the Democratic nomination for the House District 7 seat in the Wyoming Legislature.

Fender, a fifteen-year veteran of the fire service, is a lieutenant with the Cheyenne Fire & Rescue Department. Fender says he has dedicated nearly his entire adult life as a public servant and sees serving in the Legislature as a way for him to continue to give back to the community that has been so good to me and my family.

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Budget Bills Pass,With Differences [AUDIO]

A group trying to mount a third party Presidential Campaign has gained a spot on the Wyoming general election ballot.  Doug Randall reports. Both the Wyoming House and Senate passed their budget bills on Monday. There are some differences that need to be worked out between the two versions. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Dr. Mark Stock Superintendent of LCSD#1
Dr. Mark Stock Superintendent of LCSD#1
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Big Day on the Morning Zone:Eggs and Issues, Pointe Frontier, Micah Halpern, and LCSD#1

Today is a very special day on The Morning Zone:

We will kick it off at 6:30AM MST with Morning Zone Host, Dave Chaffin emceeing the the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce "Eggs and Issues breakfast" live from the historic Plains Hotel ballroom. Local legislators will be discussing legislation impactin

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Gov Says Wyoming’s Doing Fine [AUDIO]

Gov. Matt Mead in his second State of the State address Monday to the Wyoming Legislature in Cheyenne says he is proposing an appropriate budget for the coming two-year cycle even as national and global economic forces affect state revenues. A recently signed deal and another in negotiation will allow some Powder River Basin coal to be shipped to overseas customers through the Gulf Coast and possibly East Coast Ports. Doug Randall reports. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Governor’s State of The State Live Monday

If you are interested or concerned about the upcoming Wyoming legislative session and what the priorities are likely to be, then you will want to plan to listen on Monday, February 13 starting at 10A

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Sen. Jim Anderson (SD-2)
Sen. Jim Anderson (SD-2)
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Wyoming Lawmakers Convene Budget Session Monday [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Supreme Court has upheld a life prison sentence for a Sheridan teenager convicted of murder in a home invasion killing. Doug Randall reports.  Dealing with having less money will be one of the biggest issues facing Wyoming lawmakers when their budget session convenes next week. Comments from Senate President Jim Anderson. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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