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While Democrats and Republicans nationwide debate whether to rely on mail-in voting in upcoming elections, Wyoming officials may have found middle ground in an absentee voting solution.
If the numbers do not increase, today would be the first day in Wyoming without a confirmed COVID-19 case since March 15. (Both new cases are probable cases.)
Rice describes herself as “pro-life, pro-gun, and pro-Trump."
Residents are reporting property assessment increases of as much as 1,000 percent after the county assessor issued 2020 valuations in late April and early May. They have a week to appeal those assessments with the county.
Two of the bills are aimed at seat-belt usage, which has declined in Wyoming.
The U.S. and Wyoming flags should be flown at half-staff until sunset on Sunday to honor the victims of the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Mark Gordon said.