Governor Gordon Signs 20 Bills Into Wyoming Law
Governor Mark Gordon on Tuesday signed 20 more bills passed by the Wyoming Legislature during its recent eight-day virtual session into state law.
The governor has now signed every bill passed by lawmakers during that session into law. Lawmakers are scheduled to reconvene in Cheyenne on March 1 for a roughly month-long session.
Most of the higher-profile pieces of legislation, including a school finance recalibration measure that would cut education funding in the state by $100 million, will be considered during that general session. Wyoming usually alternates a month-long budget session every other year with a two-month general session.
But this year legislative leaders re-worked what would have been a two-month general session into a different schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here is the list of bills the governor signed into law yesterday:
|Bill No.||Enrolled Act #||Bill Title|
|HB0008||HEA0006||Consumer credit amendments|
|HB0018||HEA0007||Military training memorials|
|HB0025||HEA0008||Tribal vehicle registration exemption implementation|
|HB0045||HEA0010||Changes to water right - notice requirements for hearing|
|HB0030||HEA0013||Public utility assessment|
|HB0009||HEA0015||Short time compensation program|
|HB0027||HEA0016||Business code revisions|
|HB0013||HEA0017||Alcoholic beverage regulation|
|HB0015||HEA0018||Department of transportation communication facilities|
|HJ0001||HEJR0001||Traumatic brain injury and post traumatic stress treatments|
|SF0057||SEA0005||School finance-dates for fund transfers|
|SF0014||SEA0007||Credit for reinsurance|
|SF0032||SEA0008||Water permit notice requirements|
|SF0060||SEA0009||Monthly ad valorem tax revisions-2|
|SF0029||SEA0010||Revised uniform law on notarial acts|
|SF0054||SEA0011||Statewide health information exchange-codification|
|SF0026||SEA0012||Animal abuse statutes reorganization and update|
|SF0018||SEA0013||Universal occupational licensure|
|SF0053||SEA0014||Ground ambulance service provider assessment act|