Legislature session hits halfway point

CASPER — The Legislature wrapped up its fourth week in session on Friday, finishing up final budget amendments despite a power outage at the Wyoming Capitol.

The end of the week marked the halfway point of the session. Friday was also the last day for bills to make it out of committee, meaning that many bills died because there simply wasn’t enough time to get to them.

Here are some highlights of where bills stand at the session’s halfway mark.

Elections

A bill to bring in ranked-choice voting options for nonpartisan municipal races died pretty quickly this session, failing to make it out of c...

 

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