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Republicans need to be cautious not to overstep their mandate, and Democrats need to avoid further missteps.
Emergency Unemployment Compensation will run out three days after Christmas — an unnecessary hit on families and the nation’s economic recovery.
WyoFile kicks off its 2014 legislative coverage with a summary of Gov. Mead’s budget proposal and a refresher on interim committee activities.
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 …
This week Republicans in the U.S. House voted for the 42nd time to defund Obamacare, then cut $40 billion from the food stamp program.
As embarrassing conflicts roil the Republican party, state Dems find humor and opportunity.
Sens Enzi and Barrasso were among 15 GOP senators who voted against debate of bipartisan immigration reform, a measure that a majority of Wyomingites support.
The GOP criticized an Obama administration request for additional funds in an ongoing fracking study into the practice’s health and safety consequences.
Sen. John Barrasso says the president is trying to scare Americans about sequester cuts, but it’s the GOP’s plan we should fear.
Cheyenne loves Department of Health Director Tom Forslund’s data, but fights to escape his conclusions.
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.
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 …
Greg Kearney pays tribute to Joe Meyer, the recently deceased treasurer of Wyoming.
While Wyoming Dems struggle to compete, Wyoming Republicans are dealing with accounting problems and in-party challenges.
Wyoming GOP energy plan: full-throttle domestic production
An oil pipeline in Jefferson County, Texas. Republicans in Wyoming and the federal government have recently rolled out a …
If you ask Greg Kearney, Wyoming’s political spectrum sticks to one color and one color only.
CROW worries, correctly, that candidates who run as Republicans are really not clones of Cotton Mather. In many counties in this state if you want …
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