Senate Corps Elections and Political Subdivisions on January 26, 2023.
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‘Convention of States’ Passes Senate Committee, Barlow Says “Bring Gov’t Back To The People”

Speaking in favor of the Convention of States resolution, Sen. Eric Barlow, who has attended four national conferences on the convention, said, "I find great comfort that it comes back to the states and the people. They get to ultimately make this decision.” Keep Reading | 1453 words

Sen. Bo Biteman has proposed a pair of bills targeting doing business with entities that espouse ESG policies. (Matt Idler for Cowboy State Daily)
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Biteman’s Anti-Woke Investment Bills Keep On Truckin’ : ‘ESG Is The Invisible Gun To Your Head’

Both of Sen. Bo Biteman's bills that would prohibit Wyoming from contracting with companies or investment managers that engage in economic boycotts of fossil fuel industries passed first and second readings by wide margins on the Senate floor this week. Keep Reading | 1383 words

Luka Hein testified to Wyoming lawmakers Friday about her experiences detransitioning from gender medicalization. (Matt Idler for Cowboy State Daily)
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‘Groomed And Preyed Upon:’ Detransitioner Who Had Double Masectomy At 16 Shares Regret

After emotional debate, a proposed Wyoming law that would prohibit doctors from prescribing transgender-related treatments to minors unanimously passed its first legislative committee hearing Friday. Keep Reading | 2606 words

Sen. Cale Case, R-Lander, made an impassioned plea on the Senate floor Wednesday for Medicaid expansion. (Matt Idler File Photo for Cowboy State Daily)
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Medicaid Expansion Amendment Dies; Becoming Annual Tradition In Wyoming

Attempts for Medicaid expansion failed on Wednesday night despite State Sen. Cale Case's emotional plea for the measure. Every Medicaid Expansion bill over the last 10 years has failed in Wyoming. Keep Reading | 1766 words

The green comet as seen through the lens of photographer David Bell, who endured minus 35 temperatures to photograph the celestial phenomenon. (Photos By David Bell and Peggy Bell)
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Getting Up In The Middle Of Night When It’s 35 Degrees Below Zero To Capture The Green Comet

David Bell of Pinedale battled the cosmos and minus 35-degree temperatures to find and snap photos of a one-in-50,000-year green comet passing close enough to Earth to see. Keep Reading | 1360 words

Mallory Pollack pours an Old Faithful, a unique cocktail made with Wyoming Whiskey. (Renée Jean, Cowboy State Daily)
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Make Way For Dirty Charlotte and Old Faithful, Wyoming’s Newest Signature Cocktails

Booze, a Wyoming tradition even before statehood. And to celebrate booze at the Wyoming Tourism Conference, distillers across the state were challenged to make new concoctions. And they succeeded... Keep Reading | 1127 words

Laramie High School students Kinley Wade, Brooklyn McKinney and Rylee Otte decorate their cake at the ProStart competition in Cheyenne. (Renée Jean, Cowboy State Daily)
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Young Wyoming Chefs Get Police Escort, Then Bake Winning Cake At Statewide Competition

A weekend snowstorm and multiple pileups closed Interstate-80 and threatened to shut Laramie High School culinary students out of a cooking competition in Cheyenne. It took a police escort, but they made it and then won. Keep Reading | 1615 words

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