Final bill signing sees three vetoes


March 31, 2022

The final bills of the 2022 Wyoming Legislative Session crossed the desk of Governor Mark Gordon last week, but not all of them received his approval. The governor exercised his veto power on three, while two others – including the bill that addressed redistricting – will become law without his signature.

In Gordon’s letter addressing the redistricting bill (HB-100/HEA-62), he noted that the Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions committee put in “an immense amount of work” to develop the legislation, including 20 meetings and listening sessions across the state...

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