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Lummis, Barrasso Praise Senate’s Passage Of Daylight Savings Bill

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Both of Wyoming’s U.S. senators praised Congress’ move this week to pass a bill making daylight savings time permanent.

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Daylight Saving Time Makes Representative Tired of Changing Clocks

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This Sunday at 2 a.m., the clocks get set back one hour to complete the time-honored tradition of daylight saving time.

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Wyoming Legislature: Where they are

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Wyoming Legislature bill analysis where they are

Here is a look at the status of some of the bills being considered by Wyoming’s Legislature during its general session:

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In Brief: Bill for year-round Daylight Savings Time dies

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A measure that would have put Wyoming on Daylight Savings Time throughout the year died in the Senate on Thursday.

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Daylight Savings Time bill clears Senate committee

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A bill to keep Wyoming on Daylight Savings Time throughout the year has been approved by a Senate committee and will next be reviewed by the full body.

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Weekly wrap: Corporate income tax moves ahead, party switch bill dead

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A thumbs up for income taxes on large companies and putting Wyoming permanently on daylight savings time, a thumbs down for a personal income tax in the Legislature this week.

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Personal income tax dies, corporate tax moves ahead

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Two bills proposing Wyoming’s first income taxes met with different fates on Friday in Wyoming’s House.

One bill proposing an income tax on individuals died in the House Revenue Committee, while another proposing a 7 percent tax on large out-of-state retailers doing business in Wyoming won approval in its final House review.

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Today at the Wyoming Legislature: Party switching, tax break bills die in House

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By Cowboy State Daily Bills on party switching, daylight savings time and a property tax exemption for seniors were all on the table at the Wyoming Legislature on Thursday. A bill that would have limited when voters can change their party affiliations, SF 32, was killed for a second time by the Senate Corporations, Elections…

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