Out of 503 bills introduced in the Wyoming Legislature this year, about 43 percent of them made it Gov. Mark Gordon’s desk.
When Wyoming’s chief executive takes his pen Friday to the final 13 bills passed by the Wyoming Legislature, he will be considering three of the most contentious pieces of legislation to emerge from the floor this winter.
One is a bill that would override local zoning decisions in the construction of private schools. A second would allow community colleges to endow bachelors of applied science degrees. A third would create a fund specifically intended to sue states who block the export of Wyoming coal.