Legislature Back In Session
State of the State Address Tuesday 10 a.m.
Wyoming’s in-person legislative session reconvened Monday, March 1, and has a busy week ahead, with the Wednesday deadline for Senate files to be introduced, and the Friday deadline for bills in the House to be introduced. To see all bills that have been filed, and to check where they are in the process, go here.
You can watch all the action (House and Senate floors, as well as all committee meetings) via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZNA0zn1VU1ATv3XugYmFGw
Use that same link to watch live sessions, or go back and watch recordings of sessions you missed.
Tuesday morning at 10 a.m., Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon will deliver the 2021 State of the State address. You can watch it on Governor Gordon’s Facebook page, or on Wyoming PBS’s YouTube link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juGNO0pKFmM ), or listen live on Wyoming Public Radio.
Among the many central issues facing the governor and the legislature this session are further reductions to the state’s budget, COVID-19 related items, and school financing.
Next week, starting on Monday, March 8, is budget week for the Wyoming Legislature.