Cheyenne, Wyo. – The Wyoming Legislature is considering a novel pilot project that could lead to health insurance reform.
The bill's sponsor Charles Scott of Casper worked with private individuals and the governor's office to draft the legislation that focuses on low-income populations and attempts to develop a health insurance pool.
Scott says they are trying to devise a way to provide health insurance, without bankrupting the state.
Cheyenne, Wyo – The Wyoming House of Representatives gave final approval to a bill that would reform campaign finance in the state.
The bill sets limits for campaign contributions.
During final discussions representatives agreed to an amendment offered by Gillette Republican Tim Hallinan that reduced the amount political action committees can contribute to a candidate to 23-hundred dollars.
Hallinan says he is trying to preserve the way campaigns are run in the state.
Wyoming – For the first time this season, Yellowstone National Park captured bison and sent them to slaughter as they migrated out of the park. An activist group is rallying again to oppose the program, which is meant to keep cattle safe from a disease that bison carry. Elsa Partan reports.