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Wyoming Legislature Passes Bill Making Gold, Silver Legal Tender

The Wyoming State Senate passed the Wyoming Legal Tender Act (House Bill 103) last Wednesday by a vote of 25-5. The bill had previously...

Arizona, Colorado, and Wyoming Present Legislation Supporting Cryptocurrency

Lawmakers in Arizona, Colorado, and Wyoming have all recently taken legislative action that seeks to further support cryptocurrency. On Thursday, the Arizona Senate passed a...
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Wyoming’s New Asset Forfeiture Law Could Set A Game-Changing Precedent

Civil asset forfeiture is a practice in which police can seize property and keep it even if they don’t convict or charge the owner with a crime. Then, the owner must go through the legally arduous, and often unsuccessful process to recoup their property – whether it’s a vehicle, cash or home – from the police. The Institute for Justice, an organization pushing for forfeiture reform, rated Wyoming with a D- for their forfeiture laws.

Supreme Court refuses to act on same-sex marriage issue

While more people are showing support for same-sex marriage, the Supreme Court made the decision Monday to not get involved with any appeals court...

Obama Administration Overrides Congress By Giving Wyoming Town Over To Indian...

President Obama's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently overrode Congress by declaring a Wyoming town called Riverton a part of the Wind River Indian Reservation. The...

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