Governor Gordon Signs Daylight Saving Bill, 27 Others Into Law
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed 28 bills into law Monday afternoon, including a measure that could eventually do away with the twice-a-year time changes in Wyoming.
House Bill 44 would have Wyoming stay on Daylight Saving Time year-round if three other 'western states' do the same and congress grants permission. The Bill defines ''western states'' as North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Montana. Below is the full list of the bills signed into law by Governor Gordon on Monday. All of the bills were passed by state lawmakers in the recently concluded legislative session
You can read all of the texts of the specific bills at the Wyoming Legislature website.
Bills signed into law by Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon on Monday, March 23:
Sex offender-prohibited access to school facilities.
Unpaid wage claim amendments.
Life insurance benefits-payments and interest.
Criminal justice-mental health-substance use programming.
Dr. Leonard L. Robinson memorial bridge.
Reclamation of surface coal mines-turbine blades.
Agriculture marketing funds-processing plants.
Monthly payment of ad valorem tax on mineral production.
Reliable and dispatchable low-carbon energy standards.
Mountain daylight time preservation.
Coal severance tax exemption-Canadian and Mexican ports.
Weed and pest amendments.
Concealed weapons permit renewal-military duty.
Governmental agency parking.
Wyoming works-application period.
Long-term care insurance.
Worker's compensation credit.
Life insurance premiums.
Audiology and speech-language pathology compact.
Tax lien enforcement-2.
Certification of cases to state board of equalization.
Wild Bison Licenses
Omnibus water bill - planning.
Firearm and hunter education.