Legislative watch


Resources come from the Wyoming State Legislature unless otherwise noted.

2022 Budget Session

The Wyoming Legislature convened February 14 at 10:00 am and ran until March 11.

 This year’s budget session included:

  • Bills to increase access to affordable healthcare by Medicaid expansion, telehealth services, and access to community health services. There were many bills touching on maternal health and perinatal care topics. 
  • Other bills attempted to modify our political process in ways that could have impacted women disproportionately in instances of runoff elections and redistricting.
  • We are happy to report military department updates that included: discrimination and harassment policies; funds for childcare; and discrimination and harassment reporting to the governor.
  • Lastly, there were many bills that focused on access to education, especially in regards to scholarships for higher education.

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Phone: 307-721-8300
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