Legislative Session Snapshot, Week 2

Business Day provides Wyoming businesses, Leadership Classes and Chamber of Commerce’s from across the state an opportunity to visit the state Capital during the legislative session to meet with legislators and state leaders about important issues facing Wyoming’s business community. This year’s Business Day is on Wednesday, February 26.

Business owners have the opportunity to weigh in on legislation being considered, and share information on how it might affect the day to day operation of a business. Wyoming’s 30 active Chambers represent more than 10,000 of the Wyoming businesses that make the state’s economy strong and viable.

This year Wyoming State Chamber of Commerce, and the Wyoming Business & Industry Federation along with Business Day sponsors Wyoming Business Council and the U.S. Chamber will provide a POWER HOUR of updates on the 2020 session and new partnerships.

The Wyoming Business & Industry Federation has a live bill tracker you can access here to see what they support or oppose this session.

New bills introduced that WBIF is tracking:

House Bill 158, Microbreweries

Sponsored by: Representative(s) Western, Kinner, Lindholm and Olsen and Senator(s) Ellis and Nethercott
AN ACT relating to alcoholic beverages; providing for a microbrewery to operate at more than one (1) location; making conforming changes; and providing for an effective date.





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