Sen. Cale Case

CHEYENNE — Lawmakers in the 67th Wyoming Legislature will decide whether to expand the state’s Medicaid program eligibility in the upcoming general session.  If approved, Wyoming will be the last state in the West to do so.  The Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee voted 9-5 on Tuesday to sponsor...
CHEYENNE – The 988 system for suicide prevention and mental health crises is one step closer to having a permanent funding source in Wyoming.  Members of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee voted Monday to sponsor a bill that would establish the suicide and crisis lifeline for the...
CHEYENNE — A Wyoming legislative committee will support a bill aimed at protecting vulnerable adults from financial exploitation – something stakeholders testified is a big issue.  The Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to sponsor a bill that would require those in leadership...
CHEYENNE — Lawmakers are taking heed of Gov. Mark Gordon’s call for fiscal conservatism in the upcoming general session, despite reports that state revenue estimates have exceeded previous forecasts.  “I really applaud the governor, and I strongly agree with his approach,” said Rep. Cyrus Western,...
CHEYENNE —Residents informed legislators Friday morning that they have witnessed and heard of local election fraud throughout the state.  These claims were made during public testimony at the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee, as a part of the...
CHEYENNE —The Wyoming Legislature’s Management Council Committee will be responsible in the coming months for reviewing Joint Rule 22, which encompasses ethics complaints for actions such as misconduct involving legislative duties, violence or disorderly conduct, and bribes.  Members of the Select...
CHEYENNE — State lawmakers spent Friday morning searching for ways to provide more affordable housing to Wyoming residents, including solutions such as a state housing trust fund and land banking.  Discussions were led by members of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Corporations, Elections and...
CHEYENNE — In a political environment some Republican candidates have deemed hostile during this primary election season, there is a search for acceptance within their own party. Some interviewed in the past few weeks claim they have been rejected by members of the Wyoming Republican Party as...
CASPER — A federal judge ruled Monday that a section of Wyoming election code is unconstitutional because it “chills speech.”  In response to a lawsuit by Second Amendment group Wyoming Gun Owners against several state officials, U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl ruled that Wyoming’s...
Committee rejects proposed energy tax structure   By Nicole Pollack Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — Sen. Cale Case on Thursday proposed a new energy tax structure that would be shared across all electricity producers. But a motion to have a bill drafted for the plan failed...

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