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Wyoming legislators may use 2022 to legally define the ownership of the state’s undiscovered dinosaurs, mammoths, and other fossils on private land. The 66th Session of the Wyoming Legislature will convene on Monday, Feb. 14. There are dozens of House Bills and Senate Files for legislators to consider during the session. One of the proposed…

Local law enforcement officers are pledging to cite Cody drivers for violating the law and not observing the right procedures when a school bus tells them to stop. The Cody Police Department released a YouTube video on Wednesday, March 4, in partnership with Park County School District #6. Their goal is to draw awareness to…

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Governor Mark Gordon signed 20 bills into law on Tuesday, February 9 and has now acted on all legislation passed by the Wyoming Legislature during the eight-day virtual session. One those bills signed was HJ0001, a bill aimed at increasing treatment options for veterans with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and post-traumatic stress…

Wyoming may be ready to join the ranks of seven other states that have propelled the United States to become the world leader in geothermal energy production.

Wyoming’s first visitors in 2021 found the cost of lodging had increased from 2020, with a new lodging tax that went into effect Jan. 1. During the March 2020 budget session the Wyoming Legislature approved House Enrolled Act No. 7. The Legislative Service Office said the act imposes a 5% tax on sales of lodging…


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