State Representative Tim Stubson (R-Natrona County) says his experience co-chairing a Wyoming Legislative Committee that deals with land management and environmental issues has given him insight in how to deal with the federal government.
Rep. Tim Stubson (R-Natrona County), a member of the legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee, is speaking out on why the committee is proposing a $45 million cut in education funding over the next biennium...
An official with Cheyenne Regional Medical Center says he doesn't understand why some state legislators don't want to accept federal money to expand the Medicaid program in Wyoming when they have no problem taking other federal funds.
State officials have delayed making a decision on a policy that puts restrictions on demonstrations and other citizen-led events at the Jonah Business Center, where legislators will meet while work is being done on the state Capitol.
Some Wyoming lawmakers are pushing a new bill that would require the state to secure criminal convictions to support forfeiture actions that take cash and other assets from people law enforcement authorities suspect of involvement in the illegal drug trade.
Wyoming Superintendent Jillian Balow says she is hoping lawmakers will fix a mistake in the budget process that could lead to Wyoming teacher salaries being rolled back to 2013-2014 levels for the next biennium.
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