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Losing on Obamacare didn’t change the minds of Lummis and her party, who pressed to get something from the Democrats that could be seen as …
Two years ago, Gov. Mead blamed federal inaction on energy policies for delaying a $100M partnership with GE to advance technologies for Wyoming coal.
In the background of Wyoming’s independent Western ethos is the fact that the state gets billions in support from federal funds.
The GOP criticized an Obama administration request for additional funds in an ongoing fracking study into the practice’s health and safety consequences.
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.
Some undocumented workers who came to Wyoming as kids can now legally work, but they need driver’s licenses.
Amidst a national effort to curb firearm violence, Wyoming’s lawmakers have introduced measures aimed at protecting and expanding the right to bear arms.
Obama’s reelection has Wyoming’s government and energy industry leaders questioning what his administration is planning for energy production in his second term.
Wyoming voters gave modest increases to the Republican Party in the state legislature while strongly supporting Mitt Romney.
We found a Republican, but he voted for Obama
Ron Feemster (6:55 p.m. MST)
It’s hard to say what is more popular in the Fremont 38 school …
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 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 …
In reality, the question we must wrestle with is how much environmental degradation are we willing to accept on our public lands and in the …
In an op-ed, Gov. Matt Mead and Gov. Bob McDonnell roll out their plan for “a sensible, comprehensive energy policy.”
Former Wyoming journalist Paul Krza has an idea to boost revenue: taking on a new facility for Guantanamo prisoners.
Reps. Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) and Nick Rahall (D-W.Va.) introduced legislation yesterday to repeal an offset to the transportation bill that President Obama recently signed into …
The Sage Grouse wonders if the $6 billion spent on U.S. elections is less about who has the best public policy ideas and more about …
House Republicans seek to accelerate national energy development. However, their measures are at odds with the oil and gas leasing reforms at the heart of …
Mad as Hell?
Remember the movie “Network”? Faye Dunaway and Peter Finch: “I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take it Any More.”
The housing …
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