Wyoming – Also over in Cheyenne this week the state Senate approved a bill that is intended to encourage more people to wear their seatbelts. The bill proposes that the fine for not wearing a seatbelt go from 25 dollars to 75 dollars for every driver who is not buckled up. The driver will be fined an additional ten dollars for ever passenger not wearing a seatbelt. People in the state have differing accounts of when and where they actually buckle up. We asked people in downtown Laramie whether or not they wear seatbelts, and why.