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Independent Notes: The view from my position as a member of Labor and Health in the Wyoming Senate.

In my column, Independent Notes, I often write about energy related matters. There’s a simple reason — so much of what we have in Wyoming is related to energy. We develop our infrastructure in our communities, build our schools and…

Senator Baldwin of Kemmerer announces retirement from state legislature

CHEYENNE – Today, Senator Fred Baldwin (SD-14) announced he will not seek another term in the Wyoming Legislature. Senator Baldwin was elected to the Wyoming Senate in 2017. He served in the Wyoming House of Representatives from 2015 – 2016….

Budget and Property Tax primary focus as budget session winds down

• Would you pay more for other items for property tax relief? As the 67th Wyoming Legislature enters its third week, the House and Senate begin the “crossover” portion of the session which is where bills move from one body…

SVI Radio Interview: Sen. Fred Baldwin, Legislative Update

Sen. Dockstader & Baldwin Legislative Preview

SVI Radio Interview-Dec. 4: Senator Fred Baldwin Legislative Update

Governor Gordon Signs Bills Focused on Strengthening Wyoming Families

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Property tax relief, providing a plan of safe care for at-risk newborns, protecting Wyoming outdoors and supporting energy development were among the bills Governor Mark Gordon signed on Thursday.  Last year, in an effort to help Wyoming…

Public Service Commission holds meeting on future of energy in LC

◆ Rocky Mountain Power’s IRP under review. The Public Service Commission held a special meeting Tuesday, January 28, in Kemmerer to get input from the public on the new Rocky Mountain Power IRP. The IRP announced the eventual retirements of…