A lithium battery company received $200 million in grant funding from the Department of Energy as part of an effort to develop more domestic sources of green energy manufacturing. The company operates primarily in China.
A federal judge ruled that President Biden overstepped his authority in forgiving $400 billion in student loan debt, stating, “In this country, we are not ruled by an all-powerful executive with a pen and a phone.”
In President Biden’s Philadelphia speech, he said “MAGA Republicans” who question the outcome of the 2020 election are a threat to the nation. Wyoming Sen. Barrasso said the president was out of line.
A New York Times columnist this week suggested that President Joe Biden and U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney team up for a bipartisan presidential ticket in 2024.
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State Sen. Ogden Driskill said although Biden’s numbers were horrible, if VP Kamala Harris were to assume the presidency, it would be “armageddon.”
Gordon said the state will file a lawsuit as soon as the rules to put Biden’s mandate in place are issued, a move expected Friday.
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Wyoming Gov Mark Gordon on Thursday blasted President Joe Biden’s sweeping vaccine mandate as un-American and has asked his attorney general to fight it.
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A lawsuit filed in Wyoming to reverse a ban on oil and gas leasing on federal lands will continue despite the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s announcement it will resume leasing in 2022, according to a spokesman for the state’s oil and gas industry.
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President Joe Biden’s decision for the United States to withdraw from Afghanistan after 20 years was ultimately one that handed the country over to terrorist organizations, U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney said Tuesday.
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The idea that President Joe Biden would ask foreign countries to increase oil production while blocking production in the United States is concerning, said a spokesman for the state’s oil and natural gas industry.
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A plan to abandon a proposed mineral royalty reduction that never took effect is being criticized by Gov. Mark Gordon as the latest in a pattern of steps being taken against fossil fuels.
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U.S. Sen. John Barrasso was none too pleased this week when President Joe Biden ended negotiations with a group of Republican senators regarding a proposed infrastructure bill.
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Internet service, drinking water systems and renters in Wyoming would all benefit from President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan, according to details released Monday by the White House.
Wyoming’s congressional delegation all criticized President Biden’s executive actions on firearms.
The Wyoming Gun Owners group had strong words for President Joe Biden on Thursday with the announcement of new firearm-related executive orders.
Wyoming’s congressional delegates have all come out against President Joe Biden’s newest infrastructure plan, with them calling it “out-of-control” and a “political football.”
The Petroleum Association of Wyoming is joining a lawsuit challenging President Joe Biden’s energy moratorium on new oil and natural gas leasing on federal lands.
U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney on Monday said Wyoming will lose jobs because the United States has rejoined the Paris Climate Accord.
Gov. Mark Gordon has led a coalition of 17 Republican governors in urging President Joe Biden to withdraw the executive order banning new oil and gas development on federal lands.
Gov. Mark Gordon continued to voice his criticisms about President Joe Biden’s moratorium on natural gas and oil leases on federal lands this week, noting he is working with other western governors regarding the situation.
Jonah Energy’s Paul Ulrich said the lack of specifics in Biden’s executive order leads to “a significant amount of uncertainty in investing, operational planning, all of the other work that needs to be done to effectively and efficiently develop on federal land,”
Gov Gordon said Biden’s moratorium on new oil and gas leases on federal land is a “crushing blow to the economies of many Western states, particularly Wyoming.”
“The economic predictions are devastating, to be blunt, to Wyoming,” Gov. Mark Gordon said when the study was released.
An executive order by new President Joe Biden will add federal facilities to the list of places where face masks are required in Wyoming.
Rep. Cheney on Thursday slammed President Biden for executive orders curtailing the use of fossil fuels.
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso criticized a number of new policies signed into law on Wednesday by newly sworn-in President Joe Biden.
Gov. Mark Gordon followed in his colleagues’ footsteps on Wednesday morning and congratulated new President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in a post to Twitter.
U.S. Sen. Cynthia Lummis celebrated the peaceful transition of power that came Wednesday with President Joe Biden’s inauguration following the administration of President Donald Trump.
The Wyoming Republican Party has denounced violent protests and acts in the wake of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday, two weeks after a mob of people stormed the U.S. Capitol.
Gov. Mark Gordon has become the first of Wyoming’s top elected officials to speak out regarding last week’s presidential election, but he didn’t offer any congratulations.
Former US Attorney and guest columnist Kip Crofts writes: “It is futile to try to manage human behavior (violence) by trying to control inanimate objects (guns). It just doesn’t work.”