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Wyoming has seen a 12-point drop in veterans without homes, but the counts are just a snapshot, unverifiable and only one piece of a bigger …
Wyoming voters gave modest increases to the Republican Party in the state legislature while strongly supporting Mitt Romney.
Inspired by a low turnout in 2010 and a perceived challenger to their political interests, young Native American activists have spent months encouraging people to …
Wyoming’s hunting community often supports gun rights as well environmental protections, but the two platforms are not often shared by the same candidate.
Obama’s election boosted the cause of gun-rights advocates — and the business of gun builders and retailers — complicating his path towards reelection.
WyoFile contributor Gregory Nickerson analyzes the influence of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) in state policy positions.
WyoFile takes a look at the top 100 donors funding the campaigns of Wyoming’s congressional representatives, as well as the top in-state donors to Barack …
Wyoming is quickly running out of time to decide whether to expand Medicaid to people on the fringes of the healthcare system.
While Wyoming Dems struggle to compete, Wyoming Republicans are dealing with accounting problems and in-party challenges.
State legislators say it’s a near certainty that by 2014, Wyoming citizens will be choosing their health insurance among a federally-run exchange.
A Wyoming congressional update
Sen. Mike Enzi was joined by Sen. John Barrasso and Rep. Cynthia Lummis at the Petroleum Association of Wyoming’s annual meeting in …
Despite lackluster turnout, many Wyoming GOP primary races were won by thin margins, and one race’s results were not even close to expectations.
Conservative Republicans of Wyoming is seeking to reform the Wyoming GOP. So who is Harlan Edmonds and why is he trying to purify his party?
With an incumbency rate hovering over 90 percent, Wyoming’s state legislature remains relatively stable through each election cycle. This year could be an exception.
Republican primary fights have erupted in western Wyoming districts, fueled by social issues and the funds of WyWatch PAC.
Officials plan to meet Gov. Matt Mead’s call for a budget reduction. But some say that reduction would hit where it hurts: people and resources.
Former Wyoming journalist Paul Krza has an idea to boost revenue: taking on a new facility for Guantanamo prisoners.
U.S. Sen. John Barrasso has a $2.5 million campaign fund that no other Wyoming politician is expected to match in time for the Nov. 6 …
While Wyoming’s all-Republican congressional delegation decried the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision late last week to uphold the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and vowed to repeal …
Wyoming’s top oil and gas supervisor said he believes Pavillion area residents are motivated by greed in the ongoing groundwater contamination investigation, angering town residents.
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