Wyoming Attorney General Resigns
Cheyenne, Wy – Wyoming's attorney general Pat Crank resigned today (Thursday afternoon). He says the job has been an incredible honor. "Being the Wyoming attorney general is the greatest job on earth a highlight: the relationship I've enjoyed with the Wyoming state legislature."
Crank says he'd like to thank his office's staff of legal secretaries and paralegals, who he says made his work possible. He'll move on to the private law practice of Speight, McCue and Associates in Cheyenne. Legislators say Crank will be missed and they praise him as a straight shooter.