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Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon seeking reelection

By Chris Woodward, The Center Square (The Center Square) – Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon is seeking another four years in office. Gordon's announcement came Monday in a campaign video alongside first lady Jennie Gordon that touts his resume and...

Wyoming lawmaker under investigation for alleged death threats

Rep. Andi LeBeau (D-Riverton) who was allegedly threatened says legislative leadership failed to notify her By Maggie Mullen, WyoFile Legislative leadership is investigating Rep. John Romero-Martinez (R-Cheyenne) for allegedly threatening the lives of Rep. Andi LeBeau...

Gordon signs two orders ending COVID-19 emergency, addressing healthcare staff shortages

GILLETTE, Wyo.—Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon on Monday signed an executive order bringing the state’s COVID-19 public health emergency to an end over two years after it was declared. “Wyoming has done a wonderful job in...

Crossover voting ban dies, other election legislation prevails

By Maggie Mullen, WyoFile Wyoming voters’ have retained their right to change party affiliation on Election Day after a bill to restrict the practice died in the Wyoming House of Representatives. Senate File 97 – Change...

Legislature approves budget; smallest in a decade

By Daniel Bendsten, WyoFile Members of the House and Senate voted Monday to overwhelmingly approve a general fund budget of about $2.8 billion for the 2023-34 biennium. The budget, still subject to line-item vetoes by...

Redistricting deadlocked after flood of amendments

The House and the Senate disagree on whether to add lawmakers or to keep the status quo By Maggie Mullen, WyoFile After a grueling pre-session process, redistricting may be facing its biggest hurdle yet — getting the...

Wyoming voters to decide ballot measure increasing judicial retirement age to 75

By Jackie Mitchell, The Center Square Wyoming voters will decide in November on a constitutional amendment that would increase the judicial retirement age from 70 to 75 for state supreme court justices and district court...

PHOTOS: Harriet Hageman, Sen. Rand Paul hold town hall as Hageman looks to unseat...

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — U.S. House candidate Harriet Hageman, with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., joining her in support, spoke to an eager crowd of attendees to a town hall Monday morning at Little America Hotel in...

House and Senate agree on $90M budget increase

By Daniel Bendsten, WyoFile After passing their own versions of the budget bill, the Wyoming House and Senate will need to iron out a $46-million difference in spending. A conference committee with five legislators from each...
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Lawmakers consider criminalizing drug use by pregnant women

By Maggie Mullen, WyoFile The Wyoming Legislature is considering a bill that would make certain kinds of drug use while pregnant a felony. House Bill 85 – Child endangering-controlled substance use while pregnant classifies methamphetamine or narcotic...