Fourth graders from Lingle Elementary school watch members of the House of Representatives discuss the nuances of the budget bill on Feb. 8. (Andrew Graham/WyoFile)

A fourth grade class from Lingle Elementary visited the Wyoming Legislature on Feb. 8 to witness state government in action. In this photo, they watch members of the House of Representatives discuss the nuances of the budget bill from inside the “fishbowl,” as the House gallery is often labeled. From there, the students were shepherded across the Jonah Business Center, Wyoming’s temporary state Capitol, to watch the Senate.

Andrew Graham

Andrew Graham is reporting for WyoFile from Laramie. He covers state government, energy and the economy. Reach him at 443-848-8756 or at andrew@wyofile.com, follow him @AndrewGraham88

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