Thousands — 10,001 so far — have been denied Medicaid coverage, and it’s not clear how many are actually ineligible. Before COVID-19, children accounted for the larger portion of Medicaid coverage, and at this point, 3/4 of those denied coverage
The LWV of Wyoming will soon start a campaign to inform former prisoners about restoring voting rights. Meanwhile, our campaign wouldn’t be of much interest in TN. There, felon enfranchisement requires a lawyer and a plea for a gubernatorial pardon!
Secretary Chuck Gray suggested a number of voting rules changes, and this past week LSO drafts of the corresponding bills were discussed. Secretary Gray argues that: WY is one of a few states without a residency rule. The new WY
Listen to a young Ecuadorian speak to this first. Initiated by Amazonian leaders, the country has voted overwhelmingly to evict existing oil projects in protected indigenous parks. The company is a state-owned company that hoped to see its contract extended
The national league is reticent to make policy statements. When it does, the local and state leagues respond to what’s called an”action alert” and those alerts are posted on the header of their landing page. Below is the league’s recent
Director of the State Library Division Patricia Bach, State Librarian Jamie Markus, and the Governor wrote the American Library Association accusing the ALA for straying from their mission: ‘to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library and
Despite their actions and confidence, Wyoming Judge Nancy Freudenthal ruled that Todd Schmidt’s signs expressed speech, not actions. Judge Freudenthal is Chief Justice on the Federal District Court for the District of Wyoming. The WY District is the only one
Trustee Mary Alice Bruce is moving to North Carolina and vacated her seat on the ACSD#1 school board. She did not attend the work session last week. The announcement appears on the landing page of ACSD#1. Its entirety is