Cheyenne, WY – Wyoming lawmakers will be asked to consider a graduated driver's license bill once again. Similar legislation failed last session, but Casper Police Chief Tom Pagel is hopeful about the effort this time around. One change made to the legislation regards driver training. A requirement for an official driver's education course was replaced by 50 hours of adult-supervised driving. While he supports the bill, Pagel isn't sure about the change. He says any time you don't articulate exactly what training is required, you have a "fudge factor" in there. Pagel says the stronger that's defined, the better the law will be. He says a change could be made before the bill comes out of committee.