Legislative Session So Far

Governor-Elect Mark Gordon was sworn in this past week and delivered his first State of the State Address on Wednesday. In his remarks, he laid out his general priorities.

The legislative session has kicked off and is underway. As of this writing, 226 bills have been filed, and the Wyoming State Chamber expects many more. One of the bills we are tracking has moved very fast this week.  SF0043, which add a career-vocational pathway to Hathaway Scholarship eligibility passed 2nd Reading in the Senate on Friday.

Other bills being tracked:

  • HB10, crimes against critical infrastructure
  • HB27, transportation enterprise program investments
  • HB67, sales tax revisions
  • HB72, wage transparency
  • HB97, Taxation of broadband internet infrastructure
  • HB98, Rights of way-communications services
  • SF12, Business Licensing Fee
  • SF13, Eminent domain-wind energy collector systems
  • SF16, Community development districts
  • SF34, Hathaway Eligibility Act
  • SF37, Wyoming energy authority
  • SF43, Hathaway scholarship eligibility
  • SF48, Unemployment compensation-seasonal employers
  • SF52, Special permits for alcoholic beverages-exception.

You can see the full list of bills introduced thus far HERE. If you notice any bills you believe we should be following or weighing in on, please let us know.




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