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CHEYENNE — Gov. Matt Mead is revamping the task force he established last year to recommend improvements to the state's juvenile justice system, increasing the presence of judges and prosecutors while curtailing involvement from the American Civil Liberties Union and children's' advocacy groups.
UPDATE -- 12:58 P.M.:
CHEYENNE - Local prosecutors would have to review all criminal complaints against juveniles in Wyoming before charges could be filed in court under a bill that received preliminary approval from the state Senate on Monday.