Updated 2/12/2020

The Wyoming Legislature kicked off Monday with Governor Gordon’s State of the State address. You can watch the address here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYv9qDw1qpY

Wednesday is the cutoff for new bills to be filed and every bill must pass an introduction vote by Friday or they will time out.

There are many bills to watch. Two direct life related bills are:

  1. HB0166 – Death penalty repeal– Numbered in honor of the 166 individuals who were sentenced to death and later exonerated. The bill has 40 sponsors! But we still need a minimum of 40 Representatives in the House to get the bill introduced.
  2. HB0197 – Abortion 48 hour waiting period was filed Tuesday and will likely face an introduction vote in the House Thursday or Friday.

Call or email your Representative and ask them to vote to introduce these two important bills.

Rep contact information

  1. SF0097 – Born alive infant-means of care

In another era, the need for such legislation would be unthinkable. But when abortion providers in Wyoming publicity admitted several years ago that they refuse to follow existing reporting laws (because there was no penalty for not doing so at the time) it became evident that our statutes need to be very clear and remove any potential loop holes. Contact your Senator and ask them to vote yes to introduce SF 97.

Senator contact information  

Please remember to be kind and respectful when communicating with legislators.

Finally, for a list of all bills, go here:  Legislation – 2020