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National Libertarian Committee to push for Wyoming marijuana legalization vote

Two ballot initiatives allowing for Wyoming residents to vote on the future of marijuana use in Wyoming will be submitted to the state this week, the Libertarian National Committee (LNC) announced Wednesday. The initiatives would...
Wyoming Innovation Center Conceptual Rendering

Wyoming Innovation Center breaks ground

The new facility will provide research space and technology to assist in the scaling-up of technologies that use coal to produce new products On a shale covered site north of Gillette, Energy Capital Economic Development...

Grassroots and global players: The crowded campaign to oust Cheney

By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile In a Cheyenne strip-mall banquet hall, Scott Presler — a nationally recognized conservative activist and Donald Trump loyalist best known for organizing post-protest community cleanups in liberal cities — whipped up...
Rendering of the proposes Natrium Reactor

Wyoming to be ‘ground zero’ for advanced nuclear plant

By Joel Funk, WyoFile Wyoming will become “ground zero” as home to the first of a new generation of nuclear power plants to be developed via a diverse public-private partnership that includes Bill Gates, officials...
Photo of Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon and Wyoming Senator John Barrasso

First of its kind nuclear power plant to be built in Wyoming

State representatives, Secretary of Energy, Bill Gates, and others join Governor in announcing plans to construct Natrium reactor in Wyoming June 2 could be big in Wyoming energy history – and we’ll probably know by...

Wyoming’s infrastructure wishlist

By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile Wyoming, like the rest of the country, has an infrastructure problem. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, nearly 7% of Wyoming’s bridges are structurally deficient. The state’s drinking water needs...
G7 leaders hold talks on the second day of the 2015 Summit in Germany

Wyoming coal exports dealt another blow

G7 countries, in an effort to stem the effects of climate change, agree to stop funding for coal power projects that emit carbon by the end of 2021 Wyoming’s hopes to export Powder River Basin...
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Committee revives controversial gun bill in surprise vote

By Nick Reynolds, WyoFile The Joint Agriculture Committee Tuesday revived a controversial gun rights bill on a split-second, unannounced vote moments before the committee adjourned in a move lambasted by critics for its lack of...
Gov. Mark Gordon

Solicitor General says Wyoming lacks reason to sue over coal port because of terminal...

By Jim Angell, Cowboy State Daily (this story originally appeared on Cowboy State Daily)  The U.S. Supreme Court needs to rule on the issue of whether Washington state can use its laws to block a proposed...

Gordon outlines how Wyoming will spend $1 billion in federal funds

By Brianna Kraemer, The Center Square Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon on Monday outlined how his administration intends to use the $1 billion in federal funds allocated to the state. The governor's announcement comes just days after...