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FreedomWorks Signs Coalition Letter Against Tax Grab in Wyoming

FreedomWorks, along with several other free market-minded organizations, signed a letter in strong opposition to HB 19. The bill would require online retailers outside of the state to tax Wyoming customers.

01/19/2017
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Wyoming Governor Signs Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

After vetoing a stronger version of asset forfeiture legislation, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed a bill that would still make significant improvements to the state’s forfeiture laws. The legislation was passed unanimously by both houses of the state legislature.

03/01/2016
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Wyoming Renews Efforts to Reform Civil Asset Forfeiture

Members of the Joint Judiciary Committee in Wyoming have chosen to sponsor a bill which will introduce reforms to civil asset forfeiture practice within the state. The bill does not contain changes as extensive as a previous bill in early 2015.

11/12/2015
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Wyoming lawmakers continue to work on long overdue protections for innocent property owners

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Judiciary Committee met on Thursday in Gillette to review two draft bills that would reform the state's terrible civil asset forfeiture laws. Though members of the committee considered the draft proposals, they instructed staff to draft a new bill for consideration at the next hearing, likely in early October.

08/19/2015
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Wyoming lawmakers are preparing to take another look at reforms to protect innocent people from government overreach

After a disappointing defeat last year at the hands of Gov. Matt Mead (R-Wyo.), Wyoming state lawmakers will consider two separate proposals that would protect innocent property owners from government overreach. The Legislature's Joint Judiciary Committee will review the draft language of both bills at a meeting in Gillette on Thursday.

08/12/2015
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Wyoming lawmakers may take another shot at offering some protections for innocent people's property

The Wyoming Legislature, in February, passed, with overwhelming, bipartisan support, a strong bill that would have offered strong protections for innocent people whose property has been wrongfully seized by the government through the state's absolutely awful civil asset forfeiture laws. The bill would have required the government to win a criminal conviction before it could seize property believed to be used in crime.

04/20/2015
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Wyoming misses a great opportunity to protect innocent people from abuse of civil asset forfeiture

Seeing the growing backlash toward abuses of civil asset forfeiture laws by law enforcement agencies across the country, Wyoming lawmakers recently passed legislation that would enact strong protections for innocent people who may have their property wrongly taken by overzealous police officers.

03/05/2015