February 24, 2021

Evidence Based Wyoming

Wyoming politics, conservatively by the numbers

Legislative session sputters to life

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The 66th Wyoming Legislature is in session, kind of barely without the urgency to return to normalcy.

So far the Legislature has met for a paltry nine days. In that time the legislature has had only 254 votes on a variety of bills. Compared to the first nine days of the last general session in 2019, where 412 votes were held.

Evidence-Based Wyoming continues to offer its rankings and roll call spreadsheet so you can see the latest results for each legislator and each legislative committee.

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Evidenced-Based Wyoming data as of 5 February 2021

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