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Gordon signs bills amending state mental health assistance, child welfare

Rep. Lloyd Larsen, left, and Gov. Mark Gordon are pictured Wednesday, March 6 in the Governor's Ceremonial Conference Room at the Wyoming Capitol Building. (Jared Gendron/Cap City News)

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Thursday, Gov. Mark Gordon approved several more bills to come out of the state Legislature during a public signing inside the Governor’s Ceremonial Conference Room. He also passed two bills on Wednesday.

The governor signed a total of eight bills over the course of Wednesday and Thursday as Wyoming’s 2024 Legislature session draws to a close. The new laws relate to child welfare, behavioral health and outdoor recreation.

Gov. Mark Gordon holds up a signed bill regarding state behavioral health assistance on Wednesday, March 6 in the Governor’s Ceremonial Conference Room at the Wyoming Capitol Building. (Jared Gendron/Cap City News)

Here are the bills Gordon signed into Wyoming State law:

  • HB0067 Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trust Fund Administration-2.
  • SF0115 Behavioral health redesign amendments-2.
  • SF0079 Malt beverage franchise agreements.
  • SF0045 Vulnerable adults-civil cause of action-2.
  • SF0037 Indian child welfare act-delinquency amendments.
  • SF0022 Public service commission-electricity reliability.
  • SF0018 Indian child welfare act-safe haven amendments.
  • SF0007 Behavioral health redesign-vulnerable adults.

To access the full list of documents filed to the Wyoming Legislature’s 2024 budget session, click here.

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