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Governor Matt Mead Signs the Budget After Using His Line Item Veto

The Governor said overall he is pleased with the budget he did use his line item veto authority on some items.

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LCCC Hopes To Begin Building Project Soon

Since the $18 million is less than the $22 million in state money the college had asked for officials are planning ways to work around the $4 million reduction from the original plan.

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Lawmakers Continue to Tackle Education and Budget Issues [AUDIO]

Lawmakers in both chambers continue to work bills as the third week of the four week session winds down.

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Lawmakers Consider Internet Mug Shot Bill [AUDIO]

A bill to outlaw the practice of companies charging people who have been arrested to remove their arrest photos from the internet is moving forward in the Wyoming Legislature. A University of Wyoming researcher has found that intermediate sized salmon are more successful spawning in riverbeds than large salmon

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Wyoming Highway Patrol Concerned About Proposed Speed Increase

That means in real terms motorists might commonly drive up to 84 mph if the limit is increased to 80 mph.

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Parental Consent Bill Passes Committee [AUDIO]

The House Judiciary Committee has advanced a bill that would require parental consent before certain education and personal data can be collected on their children. A Natrona County man who prosecutors say was the lookout has been charged in an assault and burglary case

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Guns In School Bill Advances [AUDIO]

The state Senate Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would allow teachers to carry firearms in Wyoming schools. Amy Richards reports. The Wyoming Department of Education has announced that cyclists in Laramie will no longer have use of the Puck Actuation System at the Grand Avenue and 13th Street intersection

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Stock Opposes Guns In School Bill

He says at least one major insurance carrier has already said they would stop insuring schools in Wyoming if the proposal ever becomes law.

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School Teachers Allowed to Carry Guns
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House Committee Endorses Guns in Schools Bill

The bill says local school boards could allow teachers and other school staff members who hold concealed-carry permits to carry guns or have a weapon stored in a lock box on campus if they get proper training.

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Senate Kills Special Session Bill Then passes it, House Kills Same-Sex Marriage Bill [AUDIO] [UPDATE]

Lawmakers said no to a Senate bill that called for a special session to deal with the fallout from the Wyoming Supreme Court decision in the Cindy Hill case.

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