The Medicaid Counter adds up Wyoming’s losses

The State of Wyoming’s decision against expanding Medicaid to cover more residents is costing the state economy millions of dollars each month. This counter provides an up-to-the-minute total of dollars foregone by the state since Jan. 1, 2014.

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Farewell to the ‘Massacre Rule’

Wyoming just took a big step toward improving job safety. On Friday the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration commission adopted new reporting rules that require employers to inform state safety regulators of any job-related injury that requires the hospitalization of a worker. Previous requirements dictated reporting an incident only if it resulted in the […]

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Citizens left out of the process

Jones: Citizens were left out of E. coli decision  8/21/15 Raise your hand if you knew about the state’s new E. coli plan before it was finalized. The Casper Star-Tribune recently reported that the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, in one broad stroke, reclassified more than 76 percent of Wyoming’s streams from primary to secondary […]

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2015 Legislative Report

A review of ESPC’s priorities and issues from the 63rd Wyoming Legislature and looking forward to future work. Take a look to see what action your elected officials took this year and preview what will be coming soon.

Click here to read the full report and see what happened with government transparency, tax policy, worker safety, and more.



Workers’ Memorial Day was April 28th. We commemorated Wyoming workers who have been killed or injured in the workplace at the Capitol.

Gov. Mead, House Minority Leader Mary Throne, State Epidemiologist Meredith Towle spoke as well as families of lost workers and helped us renew our commitment to improving workplace safety in Wyoming.
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