Wyoming’s citizen Legislature convened last week for the start of the 2023 legislative session, bringing with it a number of new faces to hash out potential new laws.

There are a number of new legislators entering their first terms in Cheyenne, including 27 new members in the House of Representatives. Both bodies expanded their membership due to redistricting, with the House gaining a couple seats and growing to 62 members, while the Senate added one to its headcount and now has 31 members.

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Ka12

So, who is forcing employees to be microchipped?

GoWestYoungMan

Exactly what I was wondering

neversilent

$46 million for the National Suicide Hotline? Feds must be running this one for sure! Again, mental health needs to be a focus here. If that money was used for preventative mental care, we would be a whole lot better off. That dollar amount is just insane!

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