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What military gear has your local law enforcement agency acquired from the Department of Defense 1033 program?
Lawmakers opted to pursue a health savings account plan for Wyoming Medicaid expansion in lieu of the SHARE plan drafted by the Department of Health.
Lawmakers discuss SHARE plan backed by Gov. Mead, and another plan that includes health savings accounts
Obama administration officials from the lower rungs of government, not just A-list figures like Vice President Joe Biden, have used a vacation lodge in Wyoming’s …
OSHA this month issued an alert warning of the dangers of explosions and poisonous hydrogen sulfide during flowback operations.
Air quality board unanimous in limiting emissions that cause winter ozone spikes near Jonah, Anticline gas fields.
The Northern Arapaho argue that IRS improperly counts them as a “Large Employer,” banning Tribal workers from the ACA’s subsidized health insurance.
Gov Mead supports a Dept. of Health Medicaid expansion plan, while key lawmakers intend to propose a version that would include health savings accounts.
Three bills would launch efforts near Hyattville, at New Fork Lake, Big Sandy.
Wyoming Business Alliance provides a wealth of issues, voices, influence, and … wealth.
As science review calls for monitoring at gas fields, industry says it’s regulated enough.
Wyoming’s Air Quality Advisory Board hears conflicting views on Wyoming standards as feds move further to reduce ozone.
Gov. Mead says his supplemental budget should be viewed in light of nearly $1B in savings posted in 2014, rather than a $4.4M projected shortfall.
Advocates of state sovereignty claim that states will do a superior job of managing public lands. Examination of these assertions against historical evidence tells a …
In Wind River Range, where air is supposed to be pristine, pollution changes life in alpine lakes
Wyoming appears to favor litigation over actual steps to reduce carbon emissions to meet EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
Wyoming artist Virginia Moore transforms aerial views with colors and lines of pivot irrigation whorls and ragged forest edges.
More than a dozen ranchers have filed a trespass lawsuit against Western Watersheds Project — an organization that aims to stop grazing on public lands.
Radio collar data is superimposed, time-lapsed, on maps to show how important wilderness and other lands are to Wyoming animals.
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