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65th Wyoming Legislature Session Wrap
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Wyoming’s 65th Legislature: General Session Review

It's all over for this year. Check out our bitesized rundown of what passed and what failed in the 65th Wyoming Legislature's General Session. Stay tuned this weekend for more analysis on the session highs and lows with our Robert Geha. Keep Reading

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In Brief: Animal cruelty compromise reached, no felony for repeat offenders

By Cowboy State Daily A compromise was reached Wednesday on a bill that was originally intended to create a felony penalty for animal cruelty. However, the bill no longer contains any language regarding the enhanced penalty for repeat offenders of animal cruelty laws. HB 235 originally would have made anyone convicted of animal abuse more… Keep Reading

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Hicks predicts difficult budget sessions in 2020

If it was difficult for the House and Senate to reach an agreement on the state’s supplemental budget this year, things could get very tough next year when the Legislature reviews a 2-year budget, said a legislative leader. Keep Reading

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Public documents bill headed to governor

A measure that would require government officials to turn over public documents within 30 days of receiving a request for their release is on its way to the desk of Gov. Mark Gordon. Keep Reading

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Authorization to sue Washington clears Senate

Wyoming’s Legislature could launch legal action against the state of Washington over its refusal to allow the construction of coal export terminals under legislation approved by the Senate on Monday. Keep Reading

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