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By MEAD GRUVER Associated Press CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming will push back against any federal regulations brought by the Biden administration that hinder development of fossil fuels and other resources, Gov. Mark Gordon told state lawmakers kicking off their annual session Tuesday. “There is good reason to be concerned the actions of the next…

Wyomingites could soon be paying a tax every time they get behind the wheel, as state lawmakers dig deep in an effort to address unprecedent funding shortfalls.

The Meeteetse Visitor Center is getting relocated. As the result of recent hires and extenuating circumstances, the Visitor Center is moving from its current location – Big Horn Rodeo Circuit, 2005 Warren St, according to the Center’s Facebook page – to a large space in the Vision Quest Motel. Items from local artisans in the…

With all the talks of budget cuts and funding allocations, how did the 2020 Legislative budget pan out for wildlife conservation? The Wyoming Wildlife Federation collected the highlights of the session, and what impact it will have on the future of conservation in the state. The most significant accomplishment might be the increased financial support…


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