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If the House doesn’t like what’s happening, it should preempt Obama’s order by passing a bill on immigration reform.
In Wyoming’s Republican sweep, voters favored incumbents and local control in education issues, and said ‘no’ to out-of-state university trustees.
If greater sage grouse are put on threatened or endangered list, some fear state support and sportsmen’s money will evaporate.
Ten smaller reservoirs eyed for decade-long construction push
Wyoming primary election results came in late last night, bringing to a close several contested races in the GOP primary.
Enzi, Lummis may have discovered limits to the effectiveness of bashing federal bureaucrats.
Delegation wants Grand Teton to keep road open
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he understands the market realities of climate and coal, but remains “skeptical” of climate warnings.
A symposium in Riverton will explore possibilities for mediating the Wind River Reservation border dispute arising from an EPA decision.
A bill introduced by Rep. Cynthia Lummis could allow paddling on rivers in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Kerry Drake outlines Wyoming’s congressional delegation’s stance on Social Security and his agreement with Elizabeth Warren’s plan to eliminate the cap on income subject to …
It’s embarrassing — make that outrageous — that two-thirds of Wyoming’s congressional delegation voted against last week’s last-ditch effort to reopen the government and raise …
Sen. Mike Enzi and Rep. Cynthia Lummis voted against the bill that reopened the federal government, while Sen. John Barrasso supported it.
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 …
The question we in Wyoming need to ask is, “Will our delegation continue this dangerous nonsense?” Given a clean continuing resolution, will they sign it …
Documents show that Heather Zichal operated behind the scenes as EPA prepared to release its findings that fracking had contaminated groundwater in Pavillion.
A U.S. House committee says the Endangered Species Act is in need of an overhaul to avoid economic roadblocks from sage grouse listing.
Moments like this underscore how easily Wyoming can lose money that flows from the federal government.
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.
Rep. Cynthia Lummis’ comparison of private vs. federal drilling left out some important facts.
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