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Wyoming Lawmakers Still Working on Trumpcare
Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney helped her party pass a historic bill to unwind Obamacare, but its chances of passage in the Senate remain far from certain.
Cheney Votes in Favor of ACA Overhaul
Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney was among those who voted to support the Republican overhaul of the Affordable Care Act. Cheney says the passage of the American Health Care Act by the House of Representatives will help Wyomingites purchase affordable care.
With House's Obamacare repeal, more people may enroll in state high-risk insurance pool
A state program that formerly provided health coverage to people with pre-existing conditions could ramp up if the U.S. Senate adopts an Obamacare repeal measure similar to one that passed the House, Wyoming Sen. Charlie Scott said Friday.
Rep. Mark Baker, State Lawmaker, resigns
Rep. Mark Baker, a Republican from Rock Springs, submitted a letter of resignation from the Wyoming Legislature, effective May 15, he said Wednesday morning.
Legislative leadership changes education funding study
Consultants analyzing Wyoming’s school funding will be directed to search for automatic annual increases in school expenses and consider school district consolidation.
UW Not as One-Sided on Campus Carry As Perceived
Wyoming Senator Anthony Bouchard has had his share of media attention over the last month for a tense exchange with three University of Wyoming students and a professor. The controversy revolves around a class project about how African-American males are stereotyped as dangerous, which Bouchard said was anti-gun and an example of the one-sided approach to the issue he says is pervasive on campus.
Campus muted following Bouchard gun flap
There’s little campus uproar over state Sen. Anthony Bouchard’s confrontation with UW students and suggestions he’d defund their professor’s program, though some see it as a threat to academic independence.
Editorial Board: Enzi's remark was tired and damaging
Wyoming’s senior U.S. senator recently found himself in some well-deserved hot water across the state and nation for making comments that condoned violence against people who are peacefully expressing themselves.
Study: Fracking, north-south drilling open up Wyoming up
Certain approaches to hydraulic fracturing — the more of it, the better — and directional drilling appear the secret to successfully tapping a previously unprofitable oil deposit, according to a Wyoming State Geological Survey report released Monday.
UW budget plan would eliminate more than 40 positions, include cuts to athletics, outreach
The University of Wyoming may eliminate more than 40 positions in an attempt to cut over $10 million, according to a detailed budget proposal to be presented to the board of trustees later this week.
New Wyoming GOP chairman focuses on unity at time of discord in Natrona County party
Wyoming Republicans have elected a new chairman, Sheridan resident Ryan Mulholland, who said he will work toward party unity – just as the Natrona County GOP continues to be divided over who is its chairman.