The problem solving, the power struggles and the priorities of the 67th Wyoming Legislature.

Join Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters for the Cheyenne Roundup, a weekly look at what’s happening in the Wyoming statehouse.

Every Monday of the legislative session we’ll preview the week ahead, what bills have died and what’s still kickin’. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.

Cheyenne Roundup: Episode 1

It’s week one of the Wyoming Legislature’s 2023 general session and this is the first of many more Cheyenne Roundups to come. Every Monday for roughly the next eight weeks Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters will gather to give listeners a preview of the legislative week ahead. Today – on the eve of the session – we’re taking a bigger picture look at what the next 40 legislative days might bring.

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/s255/audio/2023/01/episdoe-1-2-1.mp3

Cheyenne Roundup: Episode 2

The 67th Legislature is through week one. Lawmakers swore their oaths. The governor gave his State of the State. From energy policy to fentanyl overdoses to limits on the secretary of state’s authority, WyoFile and Wyoming Public Media reporters run down the latest at the Capitol.

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/s255/audio/2023/01/episode-2-cr-2.mp3

Cheyenne Roundup: Episode 3

With two weeks down and six more to go, the 67th Legislature has close to 400 bills in play. This week WyoFile and Wyoming Public Media reporters talk abortion access, Medicaid expansion, the Indian Child Welfare Act and a bill to limit talk of sexuality and gender in public schools.

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/s255/audio/2023/01/episode-3-cr-1.mp3

Cheyenne Roundup: Episode 4

It’s what some call ‘chaos week’ at the Wyoming Legislature — the frantic days in which bills that don’t meet mounting deadlines start to die. Plus lawmakers aim to have a supplemental budget by Friday. Join WyoFile and Wyoming Public Media for a rundown of the action.

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/s255/audio/2023/01/episode-4-cr1.mp3

Cheyenne Roundup: Episode 5

The power went out in Cheyenne Friday, but lawmakers still reached the halfway point of the session. With one month to go, deadlines are thinning down that pile of nearly 500 bill drafts. From budgets to abortion to fishing boats, reporters recap bills both alive and dead.

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/s255/audio/2023/02/ep-5-cr.mp3