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U.S. House Candidate Chuck Gray Suspends Congressional Campaign

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State Rep. Chuck Gray on Tuesday announced he is suspending his U.S. congressional campaign but did not offer an endorsement to any other candidate.

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Virginians Biggest Contributors To Cheney Campaign, More Than $220K

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Residents of Virginia have donated more than four times as much to the campaign of U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney as residents of Wyoming, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission.

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Wyo Legislator Drafting Bill to Ban COVID Vaccine Passports

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A Casper representative is currently working on legislation that would ban “vaccine passports” in Wyoming, strengthening an order made by Gov. Mark Gordon last month.

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Cheney Opponents Praise House Republicans For Ouster

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Republican challengers to U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney in her congressional re-election campaign are praising House Republicans for removing her from her position as House Republican Conference chair on Wednesday.

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National Pollster Dick Morris Thinks Chuck Gray Can Beat Liz Cheney

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National pollster Dick Morris said he believes Rep. Chuck Gray, R-Casper, can beat U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney in next year’s House primary election.

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Cheney Fists Bumps Biden; Bouchard, Gray Respond With Impeachment Calls

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A fist bump exchanged between U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and President Joe Biden before Biden’s joint address to Congress on Wednesday night has drawn the ire of Cheney’s congressional opponents.

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Cheney Says Maxine Waters’ Rhetoric is “Dangerous and Reckless”

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U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney is criticizing U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-California, for comments she made in Minnesota over the weekend that some saw as encouraging violence among those protesting the death of Daunte Wright.

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Wyoming Congressional Candidates Unveil First Quarter Campaign Funds

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The top three candidates for Wyoming’s lone seat in Congress have raised from $173,000 to $1.5 million in donations in the first quarter of 2021, according to federal documents.

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Gray, Bouchard Begin to Ramp Up Congressional Campaigns

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Two Wyoming legislators are ramping up their respective congressional campaigns against incumbent U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney.

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Natrona County Legislator Says No More State Health Mandates

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A Natrona County legislator has vehemently expressed his dislike of the new statewide mask mandate and has a plan to try and keep more like them from being implemented in the future.

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Bob Geha: Bill To Increase Per Diem for Wyo Legislators Clears First Hurdle

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“At least let’s call this what it really is. It’s an attempt to raise salary and in this environment of deficits … time is being wasted on this and it’s … inconsistent with our values,” said Rep. Chuck Gray

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Legislator to proceed with effort to ban ‘sanctuary cities.’

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A Casper legislator said he intends to continue his efforts to ban sanctuary cities in the state as momentum behind the issue continues to build amid the crisis on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Wyoming’s jets cost state $1 million in 2018

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Wyoming’s jets cost state $1 million in 2018

With 99 municipalities spread far and wide across Wyoming’s approximately 98,000 square miles, transportation can be time consuming for state employees and elected officials.

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Gordon vetoes call for state to sue over coal terminal

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A bill that would have allowed the Legislature to sue the state of Washington over the denial of permits for a coal export terminal has been vetoed by Gov. Mark Gordon.

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