Wyoming – There is a feeling that politicians are separated from the people they represent, but in Wyoming that does not seem to be the case. This week we find out if citizens have had positive experiences talking to lawmakers and what those lawmakers think of getting those calls. Bob Beck reports.
Wyoming – The bipartisan Wyoming Women's Legislative Caucus is hosting a leadership development event for women at the State Capitol. Elsa Partan talked to Senator Jayne Mockler of Cheyenne, who's been in the legislature for the last 16 years, to find out more about the state of women's leadership in government right now.
Wyoming – Wyoming Public Radio's Peter O'Dowd spoke with Steve Peck, publisher of the Riverton Ranger and Reed Eckhardt, the managing editor of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle about this week at the state legislature.
Wyoming – In Wyoming's Powder River Basin, coal-bed methane drilling produces a glut of salty water that few residents want. In a new report, the Wyoming State Geological Survey recommends cutting down on drilling that will produce excess water. Wyoming Public Radio's Rebecca Huntington reports.
Wyoming – Last summer, the Jackson bison herd grew to its biggest size since people started counting. Wildlife experts say, there are so many bison and elk in one place, the landscape is suffering. Wyoming Public Radio's Elsa Partan reports.