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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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Jillian Balow
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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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House Joint Resolution No. HJ0002 To Eliminate Ed Chief By Jan 2019

Another rendition of the controversial SF104 or the "Hill Bill" is set to debut in the Wyoming Legislature this session.

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SHOULD WYOMING LAWMAKERS RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE TO $9 AN HOUR? [POLL]

Wyoming lawmakers will present a bill, authored by Rep. Jim Byrd, D-Cheyenne , to raise the minimum wage in Wyoming to $9 an hour. What do you think?

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Capitol Project Faces Delay, Higher Costs

The plan to renovate the State Capitol and the adjacent Herschler Building in Cheyenne will take a year longer than planned and cost more than originally anticipated.

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Kaysen Applauds Supplemental Budget Proposal

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen is pleased with the state Supplemental Budget Proposal put forward on Monday by Governor Matt Mead.

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Wyoming Department of Health Unveils Medicaid Expansion Plan

The department is calling its recommended plan, “Wyoming’s Strategy for Health, Access, Responsibility and Employment,” or the “SHARE Plan.”

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Education Governance Study Now Available on Legislature’s Website

The final report on Wyoming Education Governance will be considered by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee at its Dec. 10-11 meeting in Jackson.

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Committee Approves Proposed Uranium Bill

A legislative committee has endorsed the idea of Wyoming taking over sole regulation of uranium mining in the state.

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