Sens Enzi and Barrasso were among 15 GOP senators who voted against debate of bipartisan immigration reform, a measure that a majority of Wyomingites support.
With no data to back up the claims, Wyoming lawmakers are convinced that workers are bilking workers comp and unemployment programs.
Dying of cancer, Tina Moyer never had a chance to collect her social security benefits because of a waiting period. Her husband is now seeking …
Discrimination is discrimination; as long as gays and lesbians aren’t treated the same as straight men and women, we shouldn’t celebrate the Boy Scouts’ vote.
Refusing to hand Obama a success, Wyoming leaders refused to extend unemployment benefits, run our own health exchange, or expand help for sick, poor people.
How successful can Wyoming’s partisan Senate delegation be when the federal government has shown an increasing willingness to take away mineral funds?
Wyoming lawmakers will study voter ID legislation, but an honest look should tell them it’s a solution in search of a problem.
Legislative leaders may have had justifiable reasons to weaken Superintendent Cindy Hill’s powers, but they should have made them more coherent.
Wyoming has a poor record of caring for its homeless, but we don’t have to re-invent the wheel to improve on solutions.
Wyoming Sens. John Barrasso and Mike Enzi don’t seem too confident that their opposition to gun control legislation will prevail in the Senate.
No one is completely satisfied with the Affordable Care Act, nor should they be, but the law is having positive impacts for Wyoming health care.
With so many different attitudes about smoking in Wyoming communities, the state should leave proposed smoking bans in the hands of local voters.
Liz Cheney definitely looks like a U.S. Senate candidate from Wyoming, but Mike Enzi may not be going anywhere, leaving her political future uncertain.
Being a multi-generational Wyomingite doesn’t give anyone an innate sense of ability to determine what’s right for the state.
The manager of an anti-poverty program in Casper is paying the price for the city’s failure to address its homeless problem.
Sen. John Barrasso says the president is trying to scare Americans about sequester cuts, but it’s the GOP’s plan we should fear.
The reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act is essential to combating crime on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Kerry Drake writes that legislation proposed by state representatives is aggressively anti-labor, but the lack of collected outrage isn’t surprising.
Facts and common sense fly out the window when some conservative Wyoming politicians are determined to show how much they distrust the government.
All of the signs of the impending train wreck that has been Cindy Hill’s tenure as Wyoming’s education chief were visible during her 2010 campaign.