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 By Tyler Lindholm    Opinion    May 21, 2020 

Legislative Update

n the nation, and in like fashion the Wyoming Legislature met for two days to begin the job of taking our State back. I traveled to Cheyenne for this special session, even though we could participate...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings Crook and Weston County, Tyler Lindholm here, happily reporting from home south of Sundance! The 2020 Budget Session wrapped up late in the evening on Thursday, March 12. As you know, the...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings House District 1! We’re heading into the home stretch here at the Wyoming State Legislature! Late on Friday, House and Senate Leadership, along with members of the Joint Appropriations...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings Crook County, I’m happy to report that we are going into the fourth week of session. This past week, the Wyoming Legislature worked hard (and late) to give fair consideration and debate to...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings House District 1! After a grueling past few days, we’re now entering into the third week of the 2020 Budget Session. The majority of the past week was focused on introduction and debate...

 

Legislative Update

Hello from Cheyenne! We wrapped up the first week of the 2020 Budget Session on Friday evening. It was a busy week, to say the least. Nearly 400 (398, to be exact) bills were filed in the House and...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! The 2020 Budget Session kicks off tomorrow. Fortunately, the legislature is now back in the newly renovated Wyoming State Capitol! For pictures of the refurbished House and...

 

The new congressional budget is a bipartisan blunder

Imagine you’re a business owner. You’re getting ready to leave town for a few weeks, so you leave your most trusted employees in charge of the place while you’re gone. A vote was held among...

 

Risch disavows "nation building," Cheney should follow

As a Navy veteran, I’m familiar with the heavy responsibilities and costs of making war. As an elected official sworn to uphold the U.S. Constitution, I’m also mindful that our Founding Fathers...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! As the 7th Week of the 65th General Session comes to an end, we have seen both the deadline for bills to come out of committee and the last day for bills to be considered in...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! This, the sixth week of the 65th General Session, saw the released of the Joint Appropriations Conference Committee Budget compromise. The final bill is a true compromise...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! In this, the fifth week of the 65th General Session, Monday was the last day for Committee of the Whole in each Chamber. With so many bills under consideration this year,...

 

Legislative Update

Greetings from Cheyenne! Week four has been one of deadlines for the 65th Legislature. Tuesday represented the last day for bill introduction, HB0001 – General government appropriations had to be...

 

Updates from the Legislature

Greetings from Cheyenne! Last Friday, January 18, Senator Driskill and I traveled to China to represent Wyoming at a technology conference and arrived back in Cheyenne on Tuesday evening. I have...

 

Updates from the Legislature

Greetings from…somewhere over the Pacific Ocean! I am currently on my way to China to represent Wyoming at the Global Blockchain Summit over the three-day recess of the Legislature. I have been...

 

Updates from the Legislature

Greetings from...Cheyenne! It was a busy first week with the inauguration of Governor Mark Gordon and the start of the 65th General Session of the Wyoming Legislature. As of Friday, more than 200...

 

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