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Summary of Bills - Judiciary

The Wyoming Legislature's website has provided a "Summary of Bills" that are currently before committees. In order to help you to remain informed we will be publishing a list of those summaries for one committee each day.

Judiciary:

SF0038 19LSO-0231 Limitation on length of probation.
This bill would limit probation terms for felonies and deferred prosecution of felonies to 42 months. This bill would apply to persons sentenced or placed on probation in lieu of prosecution on or after July 1, 2019.

 


HB 106 Support

Fellow Republicans,
 
On Thursday the legislature voted down SF 32 which would have ended cross-over voting. It was first stopped in committee, then brought back for consideration after educated Wyomingites like you contacted your Senators emphasizing the importance of this bill. Unfortunately, the same five Senators who voted to defeat the bill the first time up again voted to stop the bill from going to the floor for consideration by all members of the Senate.

Summary of Bills - Management Council

The Wyoming Legislature's website has provided a "Summary of Bills" that are currently before committees. In order to help you to remain informed we will be publishing a list of those summaries for one committee each day.

Management Council:


Summary of Bills - Revenue Committee

The Wyoming Legislature's website has provided a "Summary of Bills" that are currently before committees. In order to help you to remain informed we will be publishing a list of those summaries for one committee each day.

Revenue Committee:

 

 

 


Wyoming Republican Party Supports Ending Crossover Voting in SF0032

Ending crossover voting in Wyoming is a top priority for the Wyoming Republican Party. This Thursday, January 17th the Senate Corporations Committee will be discussing SF0032 (https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2019/SF0032…) a bill that would do just that. The meeting will take place at 7:30 AM at the Jonah Business Center Room S18.


Diligently Watch for Upcoming Legislation

Wyoming patriots, now is the time to be on high alert as the Wyoming Legislature is only days away from convening. Follow along with bills as they are posted here: https://wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2019…

"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty."


A chance for you to serve!

Attention Republicans seeking to make a difference. Consider applying to fill a vacancy on the extensive list of the Governor's Boards and Commissions. It's a great way to get involved on a state-wide level! Find the list here: https://boardsandcommissions.wyo.gov/currentvacancies.pdf


Republican Party Chairman Frank Eathorne attends White House Christmas Party

CHEYENNE, WY - Chairman Frank Eathorne was honored to again receive an invitation to the White House Christmas Party. On Tuesday, December 11th the Chairman spent the afternoon taking in the beautifully adorned White House Christmas decorations while visiting with Republicans from across the nation who were also invited to the event. Donald Trump and the First Lady took time to address the party attendees.


Wyoming Republicans Stand Together on Management Council Decision

CHEYENNE, WY - The Wyoming Republican Party would like to commend Senate President Eli Bebout, Speaker Steve Harshman and the members of the Legislative Management Council for their leadership during Wednesday’s meeting in Cheyenne.  The Council took up the delicate job of reviewing the Anti-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy which was revised by Management Council on February 10, 2018. 


John Barrasso and Liz Cheney Elected to Congressional Leadership

BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Wyoming's John Barrasso and Liz Cheney for their election for congressional leadership roles.
We join them in celebrating this accomplishment and encourage them to continue to fight for Republican values!
P.C. Casper Star Tribune

The Wyoming Republican Party