A measure creating a Wyoming National Guard museum in Cheyenne was among 19 signed into law on Thursday by Gov. Mark Gordon.
Gordon signed what had been HB 39 on Thursday, designating the historic National Guard armory in Cheyenne as the Wyoming National Guard museum.
The bills signed by Gordon were the second batch to come from the Legislature’s 2019 session. Others signed included:
HB 25, clarifying the credentials required by teachers handling virtual education classes;
HB 71, raising penalties for violation of equal pay provisions to $500, and,
HB 21, creating an “election readiness account” with federal funds to replace and maintain voting systems.