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(Wyo.)-Day At The State Legislature

By: Roxie Graham-Marski Posted at: 02/06/2013 11:49 AM
     CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Events on the 21st day of 2013 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature: Tues., Feb. 5:
 
     BUDGET BILL: Both houses of the Legislature voted to give preliminary approval to the supplemental budget bill. The bill needs two more hearings in both houses before it will go to a conference committee to address differences in amendments.
 
     UW PRESIDENT: A bill that would allow the selection of University of Wyoming and state community college presidents to be closed to the public has cleared the Legislature and now goes to Gov. Matt Mead for his consideration.
 
     LOTTO: A bill that would allow Wyoming to participate in a multi-state lottery was introduced in the Senate. The bill already has passed the House.
 
     SILENCERS: A bill that would repeal provisions of state law that prohibit the possession of silencers, suppressors or automatic weapons in the game fields and forests has been introduced in the House. The bill already has cleared the Senate.
 
     ARCHERY HUNTING: A bill that would require a portion of big game hunting licenses to be set aside for archery hunting passed the Senate for the third time. The bill now goes to the House.


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