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Medicaid Bill Moves Forward Despite Negative Vote

A bill to expand Medicaid to about 17,600 low income state residents will move ahead to the full Senate despite a negative committee vote on Thursday.

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Kaysen Opposes Gun Proposal

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen says that while he supports the right to bear arms, he doesn't see why people need to carry guns into public buildings.

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Former Legislator Liz Byrd Dies At 88

Harriett Elizabeth "Liz" Byrd, the first African-American woman to serve in the Wyoming Legislature, has died at age 88.

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Legislators Take Medicaid Expansion Testimony

Most of those testifying before the Wyoming Senate Labor, Health and Social Services committee Monday morning favored some sort of Medicaid expansion for Wyoming.

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Martin Luther King Jr/Equality Day Closures

All state, city, county and federal offices are closed in Cheyenne today (Monday January19) for Martin Luther King Jr/Equality Day.

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Medicaid Expansion Debate Rages

As state lawmakers prepare to hold a hearing on proposals to expand Medicaid in Wyoming on Monday Morning, both supporters and opponents are making their case;

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House Speaker Fears “Perfect Storm” Revenue Crisis

Wyoming House Speaker Kermit Brown (R-Laramie) says he is concerned about how Wyoming would weather a combination of low energy prices combined with a drop in money from the federal government.

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2015 Wyoming Legislature Sworn In

The 63rd Wyoming Legislature has formally been sworn in and is starting work at the State Capitol in Cheyenne.

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Balow Opposes Appointment Proposal

State Superintendent Of Public Instruction Jillian Balow is speaking out against a proposal to eventually make her office an appointed one rather than an elected position

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2015 Legislature To Consider Wide Range of Issues

The 2015 session of the Wyoming Legislature officially gets underway Tuesday, January 13 at noon in Cheyenne,

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