Wyoming Senate

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County School District 1 board discussed a petition related to parental decisions and classroom instruction about gender identity and sexual orientation at its work session Tuesday night.   The petition is entitled “Parental Rights in Education” and was submitted by citizens...
CHEYENNE — Two members of the public who filed ethics complaints against a Laramie County lawmaker said Thursday they are confident in the response by Senate leadership.   Sen. Anthony Bouchard, R-Cheyenne, received a letter of reprimand Wednesday that outlined two separate complaints against him...
CHEYENNE —  A bill that would ban chemical abortions and drugs associated with the procedure cleared the Senate on Friday afternoon.   Sen. Tim Salazar, R-Riverton, has been a staunch supporter of the pro-life movement throughout his legislative career and brought forward Senate File 109. It was co...
JACKSON (WNE) — The Wyoming Senate is one vote away from passing a bill that effectively bans drugs used for abortions. Senate File 109 says no person shall “manufacture, distribute, prescribe, dispense, sell, transfer or use any chemical abortion drug in the state for the purpose of procuring or...
The 67th Wyoming Legislature convened on Tuesday, Jan. 10, for a 37-day General Session.  “The Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives will hold opening ceremonies as their first order of business and new members of the Legislature and legislative leadership will be sworn in at this time,” a...
Cheyenne – The 67th Wyoming Legislature will convene for the 2023 General Session on Tuesday at Noon. The bodies will hold opening ceremonies as their first order of business, and new members of the Legislature and legislative leadership will be sworn in. Following a brief recess, the bodies will...
Weston County is well represented in terms of agriculture in the  67th Wyoming Legislature this year as both Sen. Cheri Steinmetz, R-Lingle, and Rep. Allen Slagle, R-Newcastle, will serve on agriculture committees on their respective sides of the State Capitol, according to a Dec. 2 release from...
CHEYENNE – State Sen. Anthony Bouchard will not be the subject of a formal investigation following a misconduct complaint filed in March, and he was assigned to serve on a committee in the upcoming year.  Bouchard, R-Cheyenne, received a letter from Senate President Dan Dockstader, R-Afton, that...
CHEYENNE — Members of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives selected their respective leaders and finalized committee assignments for the 67th Wyoming Legislature following party caucuses Nov. 19 and 20.  Members of leadership will be formally confirmed, and newly elected legislators will...
JACKSON —Republican Jim McCollum was floored. Sitting in a booth at Sidewinders American Grill around 10 p.m. Tuesday night, he was staring incredulously at his phone when the News&Guide approached. He not only lost his race against Democrat Mike Yin, he received fewer votes in the general...

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