Sen. Charles Scott’s proposed work requirement for expansion of Medicaid is another excuse to shame people because they’re poor.
Wyoming needs to encourage people to play its lottery responsibly by setting limits and treating it as entertainment, not as an investment that will eventually …
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— October 17, 2013
The Wyoming Legislature offers an email subscription service to help keep the public …
State will host forums for Coordinated Care Study
— October 15, 2013
(Press release) The Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) is studying “coordinated” or “managed” care approaches …
Kerry Drake spoke to the real Joe Sixpack about a legislative proposal to raise Wyoming’s beer tax, which has stayed the same since 1935.
Senate File 157 mandated that oil and natural gas operators conduct baseline testing of groundwater aquifers prior to drilling and fracking, a requirement aimed at …
Wyoming’s budget is no longer booming. Lawmakers plan to tame spending with 8 percent cuts while still rounding up money for special projects.
If you want your voice heard amid budget slashing, better get a seat at the table early and let your representatives know your priorities.
A new bill would allow landowners to temporarily lease their water rights to groups for the purpose of restoring fish populations. But it faces opposition.
Buchanan on Carbon Sink: UW didn’t kowtow to powerful interests
— An op-ed by Tom Buchanan, University of Wyoming president
Critics of the removal of the “Carbon …