Legislative Bill Tracker

It might just be a bill and only a bill, but these drafted pieces of legislation could become laws and affect your life in various ways. Those effects could be positive, or in some cases, pretty negative. It's your duty as an activist to keep informed and ready to act.

On this page, we cover bills and measures we're tracking during the Wyoming Legislative Session. Tap through, learn more, and email your questions to acluwy@aclu.org

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House Bill 211

House Bill 211 would limit who can collect absentee ballots and how many they can return to county election offices.

January 26, 2023 Voting Rights

Senate File 166

UPDATE: With a 7-2 vote, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed Senate File 166, legislation that would send more than $5 million out of state to support harmful and unnecessary immigration policies.

January 26, 2023 Immigrants' Rights

Senate File 130

Senate File 130 would limit teacher and student rights, free speech, and take away the ability to discuss racial justice issues in classrooms.

January 26, 2023 Racial Justice