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Buchanan to depart early; state's top elections official won't oversee November election

CASPER — Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan is set to assume his judgeship next month, leaving his office with three months remaining on his term. The departure means Wyoming’s top elections official will be gone before the general election in... Full story

 By VICTORIA EAVIS    News    June 2, 2022

GOP chair seen on restricted grounds

GOP chair seen on restricted grounds By Victoria Eavis Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — Wyoming GOP Chairman Frank Eathorne was discovered to have been on restricted Capitol grounds during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot — after say...


Wyoming appeals mandate ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

CASPER — Wyoming took another step in fighting back against federal vaccine mandates Saturday, this time in the court battle over worker requirements at larger businesses. Wyoming joined 26 other states in asking the Supreme Court to halt i... Full story


Special Session Cost Exceed $223K

CASPER — The daily rate of the recently completed special legislative session cost taxpayers about $8,000 more than originally projected, the Legislative Service Office told the Star-Tribune this week. Critics of the special session latched onto t...

 By Victoria Eavis    News    June 3, 2021

Gun rights group sues state officials

CASPER – Wyoming Gun Owners filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Buchanan and Attorney General Bridget Hill claiming that Wyoming’s electioneering communications law is unconstitutionally vague under the First Ame... Full story


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