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The problem solving, the power struggles and the priorities of the 67th Wyoming legislature.

Join Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters for the Cheyenne Roundup, a weekly look at what’s happening in the Wyoming state house.

Every Monday of the session — starting January 9th — we’ll preview the legislative week ahead, what bills have died and what’s still kickin’. Produced by Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile.

  • We are officially halfway through the 67th Wyoming Legislature's General Session. We recap last week's budget discussion, and energy and abortion-related bills that are moving through the session. Plus, how the power went out at the Capital Friday afternoon. And we look ahead to the second half of a pretty busy session.
  • Lawmakers are headed into week four and there’ve been close to 500 pieces of legislation introduced. That number shouldn’t climb too much more. Last Thursday was the deadline for legislation to be introduced in the Senate and Tuesday is the deadline in the House. We’ll watch to see how many bills squeak in before the cut off, but so far the amount of legislation is pretty typical of what we’ve seen in recent general sessions.
  • It’s the third week of the 67 Wyoming legislature. Six more to go in this eight week general session and there are close to 400 bills in play. Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters discuss some LGBTQ+, abortion, and tribal related bills going through the session.
  • We’re headed into week two of the session. When we last checked close to 250 bills had been filed and that number is gonna keep climbing till the filing deadline at the end of the month.Last week was a fun time to be at the capitol. Lawmakers were getting acquainted and re-acquainted with the process. And part of what defines week one of the session is the governor’s state of the state address.
  • It’s week one of the Wyoming Legislature’s 2023 general session and this is the first of many more Cheyenne Roundups to come. Every Monday for roughly the next eight weeks Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters will gather to give listeners a preview of the legislative week ahead. Today – on the eve of the session – we’re taking a bigger picture look at what the next 40 legislative days might bring.
  • The problem solving, the power struggles and the priorities of the 67th Wyoming legislature.Join Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile reporters for the Cheyenne Roundup, a weekly look at what’s happening in the Wyoming state house.Every Monday of the session — starting January 9th — we’ll preview the legislative week ahead, what bills have died and what’s still kickin’. Produced by Wyoming Public Media and WyoFile.