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By Gregory Nickerson, WyoFile.com
Originally published December 18, 2012

When the Wyoming Legislature convenes this January, social issues will compete for legislative attention with major topics like education accountability and appropriations.

By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.comoriginally published December 11, 2012

By Geoffrey O’Gara, WyoFile.com

By Kelsey Dayton, WyoFil.comoriginally published December 4, 2012

By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com

(originally published November 30, 2012)

By Geoffrey O’Gara , WyoFile.com

“There’s a disconnect between the education community and the general public,” said Bill Schilling, chair of a legislative advisory committee on education meeting in October at the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission building in Casper.

Kathy Coleman, the newly elected representative for the Wyoming State Legislature House District 30, will hit the ground running when legislative sessions kick off next month. One of the items that will be first out of the gate January 8 is the consideration of a possible fuel tax.

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