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CASPER, Wyo. -- Three leading state legislators and one former lawmaker on Thursday defended Wyoming's savings and spending choices in recent boom years, as budget cuts loom in the upcoming legislative session.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A number of Wyoming legislative committees are winding up their interim work on bills to be introduced in the Legislature's general session that opens in January.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming Republicans trounced their opponents at every level in Tuesday's general election, leaving Democrats no statewide offices while fielding only a skeleton crew at the state Legislature.
When longtime state Rep. Roy Cohee announced his retirement in May, his district quickly became home to this year’s most contested Wyoming legislative race.
CASPER — One Casper legislator announced his retirement and another announced his bid for re-election, according to news releases on Tuesday.
CASPER — As state Rep. Roy Cohee, R-Casper, considers whether to run for re-election, at least one Republican is already vying for his House seat.
CHEYENNE — House members again wrangled over requirements for participants in a health care reform pilot project Wednesday but ended up passing Senate File 61 on a 42-16 roll call vote.
Rep. Roy Cohee, R-Casper, talks with Rep. Lisa Shepperson, R-Casper, during session on Tuesday at the State Capitol.(AP Photo)