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Wyoming House Won’t Ease Marijuana Penalties

The Wyoming House of Representatives has voted against a bill that would have decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana.

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Firing Squad and Marijuana Bills Fail Introduction [AUDIO]

The House and Senate are voting on bills for introduction this week. The deadline is Friday.

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Wyoming House Declines Bill To Cut Coal Severance Tax

The bill's sponsors argued the bill was needed to help the state's coal industry.

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Enzi, Barrasso Co-Sponsor Legislative Guidelines [Audio]

U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso of Wyoming introduced a bill recently that would require any legislation considered by the Senate to be limited to a single issue. The Campbell County Commission has selected Troy Mader as the new representative for Wyoming House District 52, replacing the late Sue Wallis

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Legislative Leaders Respond to Governor’s State of State Message [AUDIO]

Wyoming Lawmakers respond to Governor Matt Mead's State of the State message.

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Governor Mead Delivers State of the State Monday

Governor Mead’s said his proposed budget is nearly flat and makes significant investments in infrastructure.

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Justice Kite: Hill Decision Creates Challenge for the Legislature [AUDIO]

In her State of the Judiciary speech to the Wyoming Legislature Monday, Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Kite acknowledged that the court's decision in the Superintendent of Public Instruction case has created concern and challenges for the legislature

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Budget Top Priority For Legislature

The legislature's Joint Appropriation's Committee generally has endorsed Governor Mead's recommdations for employee pay raises and increasing funding for local governments.

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Legislature Wrestles With Hill Ruling, May Call Special Session

The Legislature's Management Council met Friday in Cheyenne. It endorsed drafting a bill to create a supercommittee that would come up with legislation for a special session later this year if necessary.

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Laramie County Commissioner: We Take Care Of Ourselves

She says that while Laramie County, like every other county, does receive a certain amount of state money "we take care of ourselves here".

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