A bill that would expand Medicaid coverage for some 19,000 Wyoming workers who earn too much to qualify for standard Medicaid, but can't afford private insurance, is making its way through the state Legislature.
Wyoming News Service
Election integrity has emerged as a top concern for Wyoming lawmakers gathered in Cheyenne, but it remains unclear what priorities will emerge from the new Legislature.
New mothers in Wyoming enrolled in the Medicaid Pregnant Women Program lose their health insurance 60 days after giving birth, but a new bill making its way through the state's 67th Legislature would extend coverage for a full year.
The world's richest 1 percent took home almost twice as much wealth as the bottom 99 percent combined during the pandemic, according to a new Oxfam International report.
(Wyoming News Service) A changing climate is prompting many developers to consider how their work can be more sustainable, and how they can produce housing, retail and office space in ways which can meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
More than a third of all known elk habitat in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem remains wide-open for human development.
The Wyoming Supreme Court has decided it will not weigh in on a lawsuit that has temporarily halted a ban on abortions in the state.
After the price of crude oil plummeted to $75 a barrel, which marked the lowest price since December of last year, big oil companies kept consumer gas prices artificially high around the nation.
After receiving input from stakeholders earlier this year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has released a list of priorities guiding its initial draft of a management plan for the controversial practice of feeding wild elk at winter feedgrounds.
Turkeys and other holiday standards are still available for struggling families through food pantries, senior centers, school districts and other community sites fueled by the Food Bank of Wyoming.