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Does it make sense for Wyoming and its attorney general to oppose same-sex marriage, even as Al Simpson and a majority of Americans support it?
A coalition of scientists, educators and parents urged the Wyoming State Board of Education to insist on strong science education standards that include the latest …
Grant Black came to the WOGCC in April 2013 after an extended 8-month search process, which initially attracted only a handful of qualified candidates.
Candidates for Wyoming’s 2014 elections are announcing their intent to run ahead of the filing period that begins on May 15.
Gov. Mead’s and state lawmakers’ political take on climate science would earn an “F” in any 7th-grade science course in Wyoming — at the moment.
Public meeting will focus on state’s orphan well cleanup plan
— March 24, 2014
Representatives of Gov. Matt Mead’s office and several other state agencies will meet …
Officials say Halliburton’s $3 million gift underscores the close collaboration between the energy industry, state government, and the University of Wyoming.
Democrats who crossed party lines to cast votes for Matt Mead in 2010 didn’t get the moderate leader they were hoping for.
Business Council CEO Bob Jensen steps down
— February 28, 2014
Wyoming Business Council CEO Bob Jensen will step down at the end of March, according to …
Bill to deny some workers unemployment returns after veto
By Ron Feemster
— February 24, 2014
Ron Feemster, WyoFile reporter
A bill passed the House Labor Health committee today …
Legislative leaders know that underneath the surface a battle is underway for the political heart of the state, and it is waged within the Republican …
The proposed $8.3 B Wyoming budget would increase spending on people, while contributing significant amounts to local governments and capital construction.
Public can join Wyoming PBS conversation with Gov Mead
— January 25, 2014
(Press release) — For over a decade, Wyoming PBS has been conducting in-depth interviews …
State official admits that although his office is cranking out high volumes of oil well permits, it has a difficult time keeping pace with field …
Gov Mead welcomes Magpul Industries to Wyoming
— January 2, 2014
CHEYENNE, Wyo., (press release) – Magpul Industries has announced that it will relocate its manufacturing, distribution and …
Gov Mead and the legislature’s refusal to expand Medicaid leaves working poor without federally-subsidized health care.
Limited health coverage would aid those too poor for insurance, or who can’t pay high premiums.
Diverse sporting groups hope to deliver a unified message to lawmakers, after year of drastic cuts.
Oil and gas operators have idled thousands of coal-bed methane gas wells in Wyoming in recent years, creating a multi-million environmental liability.
Mead owes Wyoming residents an explanation about why he participated in ALEC’s recent D.C. summit, effectively showing state support for the group’s attempt to further …
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