The controversial bill is among a heap of election-related measures before a legislative committee meeting this week in Douglas.
Detaining people for public intoxication is a tool Torrington police use to keep people safe, but a death in the county jail raises questions about the policy and the lack of alternatives in Wyoming.
Republicans voted in support of two election complaints lodged against the Wyoming Democratic Party in order to dispute the way the state governs political parties.
Red Lodge, Montana attorney Walter Clapp says he gave up everything to run for president in pursuit of a singular solution to the country’s woes: a larger U.S. House.
A state task force is discussing enhancements to the Wyoming’s Indian Child Welfare Act in favor of tribal involvement.
No violence erupted when anonymous agitators protested a Pride drag show in Lander. But LGBTQ+ organizers see it as another sign of increasing national and local hostility.
Immigrant children brought to U.S. without authorization found protection under a federal policy being challenged by nine Republican-led states in a Texas district court.
Gov. Mark Gordon and U.S. Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis held summit aimed at giving Wyoming competitive edge on billions available through federal programs — spending all three have criticized.
The former state representative built up the Lincoln County Republican Party through her activism and organizing. She’s flamboyant, straight-talking and not immune from controversy.
Republicans from around the state doubled down on the direction of the Wyoming Republican Party, overwhelmingly dismissing former legislator Frank Moore’s bid for the chairman’s seat.
Provenza flap is latest ripple in an ongoing conversation about how lawmakers are expected to behave — on and offline — and how leadership should address misconduct.
Douglas Frank, a prominent election conspiracy theorist, gave six public presentations in Wyoming, and met privately with lawmakers, clerks and the secretary of state.
It all started on a Friday in late January with a joke on the floor of the Wyoming House. Rep. Barry Crago (R-Buffalo), addressing the soon-adjourning body, invited counterparts of the then-fabricated “Wyoming Caucus” out for a 7 p.m. social hour. Crago, caught up perhaps in poking fun at the far-right clique, the Freedom Caucus,…
Conservative concepts like constitutionality and local control have long held sway at the Legislature, but this session Republicans butted heads over these ideals.
Previous secretary of state launched a public information campaign following the 2020 election to combat misinformation, boost voter confidence. It’s since gone missing from the web.
Annual forms, which reveal prospective conflicts of interest, are cataloged by the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office — and shared with the public by WyoFile.
CHEYENNE—Sen. Larry Hicks (R-Baggs) doesn’t consider himself a racist, bigot or xenophobe. In the majority floor leader’s office just off the Wyoming Senate gallery last week, he said that part of the promise of the United States is what it offers to immigrants: “the freest country in the world, prosperity and a better life.” The…
Freshman U.S. Rep., appointed to Judiciary, Natural Resources committees, remains critical of government spending.
In his annual State of the State address, Gov. Gordon outlined his legislative priorities, identified areas for improvement and touted state successes to the just-convened 67th Wyoming Legislature.
Recruitment and retention difficulties have plagued state government agencies in recent years. Now, staff vacancies are showing up in some top offices.
The minority party once held power along the state’s southern rail corridor. These days, however, statehouse representation has dwindled to just two counties and 7%.