Special legislative session plans canceled
June 10, 2021
By Victoria Eavis and Morgan Hughes
Via Wyoming News Exchange
CASPER — In an unexpected turn, there will not be a special legislative session in mid-July, Gov. Mark Gordon and statehouse leaders announced in a joint statement Friday.
Since the end of Wyoming’s formal legislative session in April, it was widely understood that there would be a special session this July, in large part to decide on how to distribute the latest round of federal relief money.
“I would’ve told you a week ago that we had to have it, and it was happening,” said Rep. Dan Zwonitzer,...
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