Governor takes action on 10 bills Friday

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(Cheyenne, WY) – On April 2nd, Governor Mark Gordon took action on 10 bills – signing 9 into law and vetoing 1.

So far, Governor Gordon has signed a total of 84 bills into law from the 66th Wyoming Legislature.

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The Governor signed the following bills into law today:

Bill #Enrolled Act #Bill Title
HB0091HEA0032Removal of unenforceable property covenants
HB0057HEA0033Advance enrollment
HB0107HEA0043Retirement system-efficient disbursement method
HB0122HEA0046Hunting and fishing access-reliable funding
HB0052HEA0047Wyoming school protein enhancement project
SF0088SEA0025Ownership of fossils and artifacts
SF0074SEA0026Athletic trainer revisions
SF0124SEA0032Defending Wyoming business-trade and commerce amendments
HB0039HEA0036Optometrist practice act amendments.

The Governor vetoed the following bill:

SF0093SEA0019WICHE repayment program-veterinary medicine students

A copy of the Governor’s veto letter can be found here.


The full list of bills the Governor has taken action on during the 2021 Legislative Session can be found on the Governor’s website. 

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