CHEYENNE - In the 10 or 11 months Wyoming lawmakers aren't in session here, it can be difficult to keep up with their activities without racking up some serious mileage.
Live audio of regular-session debates is readily available online, but many interim committees are radio silent.
That means staying current on lawmakers' efforts to solve the state's budget shortfall so far this year would have required drives to Thermopolis, Buffalo, Saratoga, Riverton and Cheyenne. Itineraries like that have led some to ask for more streaming options in recent years.
Lawmakers on the Select Committee on Legislative Facilities, Technology and Process took some steps toward addressing those calls Wednesday.
Achieving seamless live video and audio will likely take time.