Laramie, WY – The President of the University of Wyoming and others in the state say a federal livestock disease laboratory should remain in Laramie and not be moved to Iowa. Scientists study diseases including West Nile virus and bluetongue at the Arthropod-Borne Animal Disease Research Laboratory on the University of Wyoming campus. UW President Tom Buchanan has called for the lab to stay in Laramie. He says President Obama's budget proposal calls for moving the lab to Ames, Iowa, even though UW has offered to collaborate with the Laramie lab.
Wyoming – The House Energy Committee is scheduled to vote on a climate change bill next week. Democrats on the panel say they are finally closing ranks after weeks of internal bickering. Wyoming Republicans have turned up their volume, calling the bill a big tax on consumers. Sara Sciammacco sets off to find out the true cost of cap and trade.