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Lawmaker Says He Will Bring Legislation to Repeal “Hill Bill” [AUDIO]

A Rock Springs lawmaker says he wants to see Senate File 104 repealed and says he intends to do something about it. The University of Wyoming's branch campus in Casper has a new name.

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Stock:Schools Need Funding Upgrades

Stock says that while on one hand he feels Wyoming schools in many ways are "funded entirely adequately", there has not been an external cost adjustment in four years.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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House Speaker Wants to Delay Cindy Hill Investigation

Rep. Lubnau suggested the committee set the report and the investigation aside until after the session, and focus our efforts on the issues of the session.

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Comprehensive Grant Training Program Coming Up [AUDIO]

A Wyoming lawmaker is pushing a bill to allow use of the firing squad to execute condemned state inmates if constitutional problems or other issues prevent the use of lethal injection. Registration is now open for a comprehensive grant training program

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LCCC Seeking State Money For New Buildings

Murphy says Laramie County is one of the few counties that has voted in support of local funding for such a project recently.

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Rick Kaysen
Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
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Kaysen Backs Mead Funding Proposal

The mayor says the proposal is in step with Mead's belief that "strong local governments make for a strong state", adding that he agrees with that view.

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Gov. Mead's Press Conference
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Gov Mead Calling For Employee Pay Raises in Proposed Budget

The Governor said he wants to tie some of the additional salary money to employee evaluations so the state can reward exceptional performers with merit pay increases.

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WYDOT Issues Chain Law Reminder [Audio]

WYDOT is reminding motorists about the state's chain law. Joy Greenwald reports. The legislature's Management Audit Committee is set to release draft program evaluation reports today. Amy Richards has details

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Wyoming Legislative Committee Hears Testimony About Federal Land Policies [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Supreme Court heard arguments over whether a trade secrets exemption in the state's open records law shields many of the chemicals the petroleum industry uses during hydraulic fracturing from public disclosure

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Legislative Commmittee Rejects Tax on Natural Gas Flaring

The proposal failed on an 8-2 vote Tuesday in Cheyenne after committee members concluded that the revenue raised from the tax wasn't worth the lawsuits that might challenge it.

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