Articles written by Maggie Mullen

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Sorority: Judge rightly dismissed UW transgender member case

Six women who sued UW's Kappa Kappa Gamma last year are incorrect to assume the term 'woman' cannot include transgender women, according to attorneys for the sorority. The government should not... Full story


Wyoming Freedom Caucus will have newfound power in budget session

A constitutional procedure will give the hard-line faction initial veto power in the House, but they’ll still need votes from other members to pass bills. If Wyoming’s divided Republican Party can’t work together in the upcoming legislative sessi... Full story


Wyoming lawmakers skip crossover-voting ban fix, leave loophole intact

A legislative committee declined to change ambiguous language in the new law. Meanwhile, registered voters hoping to keep their options open in 2024 have a clear, albeit inconvenient, path forward. As long as voters are willing to jump through some... Full story


County clerks pen letter to Secretary of State Gray refuting election denier

Douglas Frank, a prominent election conspiracy theorist, gave six public presentations in Wyoming, and met privately with lawmakers, clerks and the secretary of state. The County Clerks' Association... Full story

 By Maggie Mullen    News    October 6, 2022

Attorneys to Hageman: Letter not a threat, just a plea for the rule of law

A coalition of Wyoming attorneys condemning Harriet Hageman’s false statements about the 2020 election delivered a followup letter to the congressional candidate’s law office Friday. Originally, a group of 41 legal professionals wrote Hageman, a nat... Full story


Elections official files complaint against conservative PAC

Campbell County’s chief elections officer has filed a complaint against Coal Country Conservatives Political Action Committee, calling on the Federal Elections Commission and the Wyoming secretary of state to undertake a “swift and robust inv... Full story


Crossover voting ban dies, other election legislation prevails

Wyoming voters’ have retained their right to change party affiliation on election day after a bill to restrict the practice died in the Wyoming House of Representatives. Senate File 97 – Change in party affiliation died quietly when it did not rec... Full story


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