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Many Citizens, One Voice: Why Members Matter

Ask any Wyoming Outdoor Council staffer and they’ll tell you: Protecting what’s best about Wyoming is a team effort. From removing illegal fencing that harms wildlife, to securing laws that better protect drinking water and air quality, to convincing decision-makers...

The Legislature is Coming to Fremont County

The Wyoming State Legislature is continuing their important interim committee meetings on wildlife, recreation, public lands, and energy topics throughout the state, with their first stop in Fremont County on Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 29–30. This is a great...

Legislative Update – Halftime Report

The Wyoming State Legislature is at the half-way mark for the 40-day session. Last week, many bills died due to failure to pass out of committee or to pass a first vote on the floor by Friday’s deadline. Updates Good news! Three bills we mentioned we were opposing in...

Legislative Update – Week 3.5

It has been a rollercoaster week in Cheyenne! First of all, thank you for contacting your legislators about SF71 – electricity production standards. This unworkable bill—an attack on renewable energy—died in committee on Tuesday; no one testified in support of...

Legislative Update – Week Two

I have great news! Last Friday afternoon, the President of the Senate formally killed SJ 3, the public lands transfer constitutional amendment that would have helped pave the way for the state to take over national forests and other public lands in Wyoming. This bill...