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.
Wyoming legislators dithered until the federal government stepped in to run the state’s health insurance marketplace. Now they’re calling that a great idea.
The current version of the 2014 budget bill moves the state away from the short-term, liquid savings approach recommended by Gov. Mead.
Cheyenne loves Department of Health Director Tom Forslund’s data, but fights to escape his conclusions.
As Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and North Dakota governors embrace Medicaid expansion, Wyoming seeks its own way.
Wyoming’s top health official says expanding Medicaid would save the state $50M, but some legislators say it’s a risky bet.
Social issues such as gun rights, same-sex marriage and abortion will shake up the upcoming legislative session.
Wyoming voters gave modest increases to the Republican Party in the state legislature while strongly supporting Mitt Romney.
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Wyoming’s congressional delegates faced challengers in live debate
By Gregory Nickerson
Wyoming’s congressional incumbents held their own in a debate against challengers last …
Wyoming is quickly running out of time to decide whether to expand Medicaid to people on the fringes of the healthcare system.
State legislators say it’s a near certainty that by 2014, Wyoming citizens will be choosing their health insurance among a federally-run exchange.
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.
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 …
On Thursday June 28, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Barack Obama’s health care law in a 5-4 ruling. Wyoming was one of several …
After nearly two years of study and building a wide coalition of stakeholders, Wyoming’s Health Insurance Exchange Steering Committee is temporarily on hold. Some say …
Wyoming hasn’t embraced a key component of the Affordable Care Act, possibly contributing to difficulties for citizens who qualify.
Equality State Policy Center president Dan Neal details the passionate debate over HB 35, which would make it illegal to enforce the Affordable Care Act …