The 2021 Wyoming state legislative session gaveled in on Monday, January 12. While normally the halls and side rooms of the (now newly-remodeled) Capitol would be buzzing with conversations between legislators, lobbyists, staff, and journalists, this year was a virtual affair. And for the first few weeks of the session, it will continue to be as the legislature navigates the COVID-19 pandemic with the rest of the world.
But although some things may look, sound, and feel different from years past, there’s one thing that you can rely on — the Wyoming Outdoor Council will be here to make sure you have a voice for conservation at the (virtual) Capitol. Since our founding, we’ve advocated and defended a range of conservation issues at the legislature that matter to Wyomingites, families, and communities, and that protect the Wyoming we love. We don’t plan to stop now.
Since this year is unusual and there may be unexpected changes, we’ll use this page as a resource for bill updates, meeting schedules, and action alerts — as well as a resource for tips for how to get involved.
schedule for the 2021 Wyoming State Legislature
January 12 — Session begins
January 18–22 — House and Senate committee meetings on interim bills
January 27–February 5 — 8-day virtual session
February 22–26 — Additional committee meetings
March — In-person or virtual session
For the most up to date schedule, visit the Wyoming Legislature’s website here.
We’ll also send regular legislative updates from the team, so be sure to sign up for our email list. You’ll get the most up-to-date information and details for how you can take action and lend your voice when it is needed most.
Coming soon, we’ll have a list of bills we’re supporting, opposing, and tracking this year.
In the meantime, to find all 2021 legislation, visit the Wyoming Legislature’s website here.
And for past year’s bills: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020