The Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee's decision last week to reject the governor's proposal to expand Medicaid isn't about the money or trusting the federal government, local hospital officials said this week.
A federal lawsuit is heading to trial after a judge ruled two new trespassing laws to thwart environmental research on open lands pose serious concerns about free speech and other constitutional issues.
Gov. Matt Mead announced Friday that he will not appeal a Wyoming federal judge's order issued in Casper earlier in the day that declared unconstitutional the state's definition of marriage.
That effectively removes remaining barriers to same-sex couples receiving marriage licenses, and allows already married same-sex couples from out of state to enjoy the same rights and responsibilities of other