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Governor Mark Gordon

While Mark Gordon seeks a second term as governor, his Secretary of State Ed Buchanan is not and will step down at the end of his current term. On Tuesday, May 17, Secretary Buchanan announced he would not seek a second term as Wyoming’s Secretary of State. “It has been an honor and privilege to…

Governor Gordon presents a solution to get BOOTS on the ground and online for workers and businesses to empower Wyoming’s workforce. As part of his ongoing focus on education and workforce development, Governor Mark Gordon has launched a new dashboard that provides tools for job seekers, businesses, and educators. The BOOTS dashboard (Business occupational outlook…

Governor Mark Gordon says fossil fuels have “no certain future” in Wyoming if the Biden Administration continues to prevent new exploration for more resources. Governor Gordon was live in an interview with Mac Watson on KODI’s Mac in the Morning show on Thursday, March 24. In the interview, the governor says there is “no certain…

Two years after its implementation, the COVID-19 public health emergency is officially “over” in Wyoming, as Governor Gordon rescinds his 2020 executive order. Governor Mark Gordon has signed an Executive Order rescinding the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Simultaneously, to facilitate efforts to address the state’s nursing shortage, the Governor has also signed an Executive Order…

A new nonpartisan study suggests that even if Wyoming does ban changing party affiliation at the polls, it won’t make much difference in future elections. One of the most infamous bills on the floor of the 66th Wyoming Legislature is Senate File 97. The bill has been introduced and referred to the Senate Subcommittee on…

The 66th Wyoming Legislature convenes in a Joint Session of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives on Monday to begin the 2022 Budget Session. Feb. 14 is the first day of the 2022 Budget Session. Legislators will soon be in the intense process of debating and voting on a series of legislation while they…

Governor Mark Gordon is at odds with the U.S. Department of the Interior as they begin a review that could change the conservation status of the gray wolf. In a Jan. 31 letter, U.S Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Director Matthew Hogan published an open letter. In the letter, Hogan acknowledges two petitions submitted to…

Education in Wyoming is under the microscope, as both the Wyoming Department of Education and the Governor’s Office seek to improve standards and quality. In 2021, Wyoming was ranked 19th on the list of the best public schools in the United States. Public schools benefit from public input, which is being sought by two state…

Governor Gordon is asking the U.S. government to remove the grizzly bear from the Endangered Species List and transfer population management to the states. Fulfilling a promise made in September, Governor Mark Gordon has officially petitioned the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (F.W.S.) to remove the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (G.Y.E.) population of grizzly bears from…

Wyoming Pathways asks all Wyomingites to consider what “Active Transportation” projects could use funding – and Cody should be paying attention. Governor Mark Gordon has developed a proposal to make the best use of new federal funding Wyoming will receive from the American Rescue Plan. In the broad strokes, the objective is to create “a…


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