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The 67th Legislative session wraps up on Friday-pkg- Wyoming News Now at 10 pm - VOD - clipped version
Updated: Mar. 6, 2023 at 5:58 PM CST|
As legislators close out the 67th Legislative session, lawmakers move their bills toward the Governor’s desk on Friday. Tax relief is on the way, and the property tax residential property class will be how residents can get it. The bill initially targeted the elderly and poor to provide tax relief, and now it is for everyone who lives in Wyoming.
Governor Mark Gordon signs 12-month Postpartum bill into law Friday-pkg- Cheyenne News Now at 5:30 pm - VOD - clipped version
Updated: Mar. 6, 2023 at 5:52 PM CST|
As the legislature finishes its busy work, Gov. Mark Gordon was just as active in signing new bills into law. The Governor signed the 12-month postpartum bill into law on Friday. “How important it is that we support mothers. This is truly a pro-life bill, and more than that, it is also a way to give our kids a great start,” said Gordon.
Interscholastic Sports bill heads toward the Governor's desk-pkg- Cheyenne News Now at 5:30 pm - VOD - clipped version
Updated: Mar. 6, 2023 at 5:44 PM CST|
As the 67th Legislative session closes, lawmakers move the latest bills to the Governor’s desk. The Student Eligibility in Interscholastic Sports bill moved toward the Governor’s desk for signing on Friday. This bill prohibits biologically male students from competing on a team designated for female students. Trans-athletes and advocates have been fighting this bill for being discriminatory.