Wyoming House reconvenes for K-12, construction spending squib

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming House reconvened briefly amid a disagreement over state construction and education spending. Lawmakers agreed to a two-year state budget Saturday but representatives failed to agree with senators on K-12 education and state construction spending. It’s a tricky problem as Wyoming faces weak state revenue from coal, oil and natural […]
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