Legislation allowing Class III gaming districts in Wyoming to help fund K-12 education dies without floor debate

A legislative proposal that would have let the Northern Arapaho Tribe build and operate two new casinos to help fund K-12 education in the state was unsuccessful in the Wyoming Legislature this year.

The Wyoming House of Representatives did not consider House Bill 287 prior to the Monday deadline for bills to be heard by the Committee of the Whole in the house of origin.

Other bills that have died due to session schedule deadlines include:
House Bill 8Upper payment limit authorization
House Bill 40Airport districts
House Bill 80 – Medical treatment opportunity act-Medicaid reform


For more information visit the legislative website.


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