Those who spoke against the proposed rule asked for the policy to be rejected, delayed or crafted as broadly as possible.
The bills passed generally with GOP support and Democratic opposition.
The bill cleared on a 55-44 vote, with all the support coming from the GOP and all Democrats and 11 Republicans voting against it.
As lawmakers move toward the midway point of the session, they're taking quick action on a wide variety of bills.
President Donald Trump has a long history of spreading falsehoods drawn from the conservative fringe. His unlikely rise to the White House was fueled in part by spreading the lie that President Barack Obama was not born in the U.S.
A revision in Montana’s adoption law has made it easier for more people adopted as children to access their original birth certificates.
SHERIDAN, Wyo. — Wyoming's U.S. senators are co-sponsoring legislation that would help parents of adopted children from abroad correct errors …
When you go on a trip, especially overseas, all travelers should consider what they would do if they lost or had their important travel docume…
CHEYENNE — People getting or renewing their driver's licenses in Wyoming will need to follow new identification requirements starting June 1.