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Early Hageman ad attacks Cheney’s Wyoming ties

By Rone Tempest, WyoFile The opening salvos have been fired in what is shaping up to be the highest-profile political advertising campaign in Wyoming history: the race between incumbent U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and her...
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City Council to interview six applicants for vacant Ward One seat

A total of six residents have applied to fill a vacant seat on the Gillette City Council to represent Ward One, the City of Gillette announced Wednesday afternoon. Ward One residents Chelsie Clem, John Crawford,...
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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...

Poll: Americans do not want to play a major role in Ukraine conflict

By Casey Harper, The Center Square (The Center Square) – The majority of Americans do not support the U.S. having a major role in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, newly released polling data show. The...

Small pharmacies compel lawmakers to rein in drug middleman

By hyperlinked author, WyoFile Wyoming lawmakers are considering adding more regulations to an obscure yet powerful link in the pharmaceutical drug supply chain — pharmacy benefit managers. PBMs work behind-the-scenes as middlemen between insurance plans,...

Gordon: ‘Mr. Biden, tear up your energy policy. Let Wyoming power our country’

By Brendan Lachance CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon delivered his “State of the State” message to the Wyoming Legislature on Monday, February 14 as the legislature convened its 2022 budget session, highlighting aspects of...

Following Cheney censure, Wyo Republicans evaluate allegiances

Rock Springs and Casper events suggest diverse reactions to GOP’s recent Hageman endorsement By Mike Koshmrl, WyoFile WYOFILE — To Lenore Perry’s eye, the Holiday Inn ballroom Saturday night was packed with red dresses, scarlet shirts...

RNC considers funding Hageman, despite conflict with Wyo election law

By Maggie Mullen, WyoFile With the support of the Wyoming GOP, the Republican National Committee passed a special resolution at its meeting Friday to recognize Harriet Hageman as the presumptive Republican nominee in Wyoming’s U.S....

Resolution to expel Cheney changed to censure; “I Don’t Recognize Those In My Party,”...

By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily (this piece originally appeared on Cowboy State Daily) A resolution under consideration by the national Republican Party that was initially intended to expel U.S. Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger...

Hageman outpaces Cheney in early in-state contributions

By Mike Koshmrl, WyoFile Southwest Wyoming residents can party this weekend at a prom-themed “Conservatives in Crimson” fundraiser thrown by the Republican Parties of Uinta, Sweetwater and Carbon counties. For a $60 entry fee to the...