Wyoming Legislature to Reconvene Virtually Starting Tomorrow

Wyoming Legislature to Reconvene Virtually Starting Tomorrow

CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Legislature is scheduled to reconvene for an eight-day virtual session
beginning Wednesday, January 27, through Friday, February 5, to continue its work for the 2021 General Session.

According to a press release from the Wyoming Legislative Service office, livestream videos of the House, Senate, standing committee meetings, and any joint conference committees will take place on Zoom and be available for the public to view via the Legislature’s YouTube Channel.

Residents who would like to testify during standing committee meetings can register to enter the Zoom meeting for each committee by clicking the “testify” button provided on the Legislature’s calendar page.

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Entities that wish to provide written materials to the committees should email documents to committee members and to LegDocs@wyoleg.gov.

Additionally, the public can voice their support or opposition to proposed legislation using the Online Hotline. The public can also sign up to receive daily meeting and floor calendars through the Legislature’s email subscription service. To sign up, click on the “GovDelivery” link located at the top of the homepage at www.wyoleg.gov.

Cross-over will take place on Friday. If final action is not taken on a bill in the house of origin, the bill may be considered in a reconvened session. Additional bills may be introduced and referred to standing committees and heard during the week of Feb. 22.

For a complete list of all the proposed legislation to be considered during the 2021 General Session, please visit the Legislature’s 2021 General Session Bills page. The 66th Legislature is scheduled to reconvene in-person on March 1, if health metrics allow.