February 25, 2023
The Senate and House were moving at full tilt today. Both were able to get through a pretty good chunk of bills, but as we have seen throughout this session, the Senate was working at a much faster and more efficient pace.
Today [Feb 25] was the last day for bills to come out of committee in the second chamber. There is one bill left standing in committee, a re-referral to the House Appropriations Committee, SF 136 – Property Tax Relief-Assessment Rate Reduction. That bill will be heard in committee on Monday.
Next week will be a very busy one as the Legislature will be up against several deadlines:
This has been a very busy and interesting legislative session. And while we still have work to do next week to get a few more bills across the finish line, we learned a lot and had many opportunities to remind our Legislators that Business Makes Wyoming Better!
House Education Committee
We will update our bill trackers daily as bills are posted to the LSO website and as action is taken on bills. The trackers include hyperlinks to the individual bills as well as the WBA’s position on those pieces of legislation. The WBA’s positions are taken in accordance with our official process.
If you would like more information about a bill position or to request a position on a bill, please reach out to Cindy DeLancey to begin the committee review process.
Livestream video from the floor and committees via the Legislature’s YouTube Channel. This listing below only includes bills WBA is tracking.
House Appropriations, Upon Noon Recess, State Capitol, Room E301 & Online
WBA’s Guiding Principles: Business Makes Wyoming Better. The Wyoming Business Alliance supports public policy and legislation that enhances a sound business environment and promotes economic diversification. We do not support adding regulatory barriers or additional burdens on business in Wyoming.
WBA members support the following:
May 4, 2023
April 15, 2023
Cheyenne, Wyoming – The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) sets forth a $65 billion investment into broadband with $42.45 billion for the Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) Program, $2 billion for the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program, and $2.75 billion for the Digital Equity Act Programs. The state of Wyoming has received approximately $5 million for infrastructure prioritization and digital […] Read More
April 4, 2023
UPCOMING MEETINGS FOR THE WEEK OF April 3: COMMITTEE NAME State Loan & Investment Board (WBC) WHEN 04/06/2023, 8:00 AM WHERE Capitol Extension Auditorium & Zoom Web Conference CITY Cheyenne, Wyoming NOTES Board Matters and agendas are available here following the meeting. LOOKING AHEAD: COMMITTEE NAME […] Read More