The Wyoming Legislature plans to wrap up its general session Wednesday, which would mean ending on the 36th day of what was scheduled to be a 40-day session.

Senate President Tony Ross, R-Cheyenne, said Friday that the Legislature makes a practice of ending its general session early to save a few days in case they need more time in the 20-day budget sessions it holds every other year.  Read More
 


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