Lawmakers are considering two changes. One would require law enforcement to report hate crimes. The other would extend protections to more groups.
The bill would allow K-12 students to apply for waivers for vaccination requirements based on “personal objection” and forbid employers from requiring would-be employees to show proof of inoculation in most cases.
This likely comes as a surprise, as the public narrative - and much of the public reporting - has been that Wyoming must pass a hate crimes law because we are one of only a few states without one.
House Bill 213 would give members of the public more power to request footage from incidents resulting in death or serious injuries, or in cases when releasing the footage would promote public safety.
Simon: It's time Wyoming curbs its gender bias in policy and budgeting.
The Casper City Council is deciding whether to keep its tobacco laws local or to defer to state statute.
Sheridan Solar LLC has proposed to construct an approximate 20-megawatt commercial utility-scale solar energy facility on a 163-acre parcel of land at the west end of Swaim Road.
The Wyoming Legislature will be taking up a $50,000 proposal this winter to review the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the laws governing county health officials.
Even if Democrats are fighting a losing battle to stop Barrett's confirmation, the public attention on the Supreme Court hearings gives them an opportunity to push a health care message that helped them win the House in 2018 — and they hope will help take back the Senate and White House next month.
You've got the right to request public documents, but how do you do it in a cheap and timely manner?
CLAIM: In North Carolina, you can be charged with a class H felony if you have a concealed carry permit and carry while wearing a mask, according to state statute 14-12.
A Laramie district court judge said Wyoming birth certifications identify a person’s sex, not gender, and denied the petition because of a lack of jurisdiction.
The school district says it became aware of the case on the day of Jason Waugaman's arrest.
In all, according to his lawsuit, the man was bitten more than 100 times and paid more than $100,000 in medical costs.
EVANSTON — A hearing was held in Third District Court on Tuesday regarding the lawsuit against Uinta County School District No. 1 over Rule CK…
Oil and gas regulations aren’t usually an attractive topic of conversation, but they certainly got a few Wyoming lawmakers fired up in recent months.
Wyoming lawmakers plan to take a “holistic” approach to oil and gas regulations ahead of next year’s legislative session to catch up with adva…
CHEYENNE — Despite privacy concerns raised by its critics, a bill that would require Wyoming medical providers to report information about abo…
CHEYENNE -- A bill to repeal the death penalty in Wyoming cleared another important hurdle Wednesday, passing the Senate Judiciary Committee b…
CHEYENNE — Two Wyoming laws that prohibit trespassing to collect environmental data violate the U.S. Constitution’s free-speech protections, a…
A federal judge ruled Monday that Wyoming laws specifically outlawing trespassing on the way to collect research data are unconstitutional.