“What if two people love each other and want to spend the rest of their lives together? They should have that right.” – Charles Pelkey (D-Laramie)
Watch Wyoming Governor Matt Mead’s State of the State Address on Wednesday, January 11, at 10 a.m.
Dan Dockstader (R), who represents Senate District, checked in with SVI Radio on Monday, January 9, as part of the Weekday Wake-up (Swift 98.7 FM / Black Mountain Country 1210 AM) to talk about the legislative session which starts on Tuesday, January 10. Listen to the Weekday Wake-up and check in with SVI all session long for updates from Star Valley’s elected officials.
The 2017 Wyoming State Legislative session gets underway on Tuesday, January 10. Local representatives encourage citizens to communicate with them during the session.
The food freedom act, cattle rustling and water usage are topics as well as the legalization of medical marijuana.
Be on the look out for new 70 mph speed limit signs which should hit Wyoming’s highways by the end of the month. (Photo courtesy of Wyoming Business Council)
Dan Dockstader checked in with Black Mountain Country (98.7 FM / 1210 AM) on Tuesday as the 2016 Wyoming Legislative session begins their final week.
Mr. Kim noted that Afton will be looking at a five to seven percent cut to the upcoming budget for Afton due to cuts at the state level.
Collecting water or soil on private land will now require permission. New legislation is under discussion. Senate File 34 will allow the access of electronic accounts in order to process their estates. Marijuana edibles ...
The Medicaid Expansion Bill was killed before the House saw it. Rep. Robert McKim talks about the latest happenings at the 2016 State Legislature.