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Wyoming Lawmakers Weigh Changes To Boost Program For At-Risk Teens

The program accepts 16- to 18-year-old students who have dropped out of high school.

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Wyoming School Construction Shortfall May Reach $205M

In the next two-year budget cycle, the shortfall is projected to reach $97.7 million per year.

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Controversial FDA Report Says No Medical Benefit From Marijuana
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Wyoming Will Try Again With Edible Marijuana Penalties

The biggest problem is determining how much THC a product contains.

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Controversial FDA Report Says No Medical Benefit From Marijuana
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Wyoming Lawmakers to Try Again With Pot Edibles Bill

Two judges ruled that current law only applies to the plant form of marijuana.

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Decision on Wyoming State Prison’s Fate Could Be Made in June

A task force appointed by Gov. Matt Mead last year recommended repairing the facility.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Governor Signs Education Funding Compromise

Lawmakers declined proposals to increase taxes to raise new money for education.

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Legislature Directs Univ. of Wyoming to Explore Closing Part of 15th Street

The section of 15th Street involved is between Willett Drive and Ivinson Avenue and is among the most heavily used roads on campus.

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Wyoming Adopts First New Abortion Restrictions in 28 Years

Wyoming's last abortion law, enacted in 1989, requires any minor seeking an abortion to have parental permission.

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Lawmakers Override Veto, Uphold State Hiring Freeze

The Legislature failed to override Mead's veto of cuts affecting the three agencies.

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Wyoming Governor Vetoes Cuts, Warns About K-12 Reductions

He also vetoed the Wyoming Water Development Commission budget, which also has come under scrutiny.

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