Gov. Gordon allowed the most sweeping abortion measure in the state's history to become law without his signature. But its opponents have already filed a new legal challenge.
A bill that outlaws medication abortions is likely to make it into law after legislators resoundingly sent it out of the House on Wednesday.
The bill would ban the use of medications to induce an abortion, with some exceptions. An amendment to take one of the medications -- misoprostol -- out of the bill failed.
After unfruitful attempts, the ban on abortion drugs has found more support among a new crop of lawmakers.
A bill to restrict the circulation and use of abortion medications is up for consideration again this session as Wyoming's abortion ban continues to be litigated in court.
Lawmakers will descend on the state Capitol on Tuesday for the 2023 legislative session. This year's session will serve as a benchmark for the rightward drift of Wyoming's politics.