Andrew Graham at WyoFile offers up a great summary of the Special Session, where we started, where we wound up. And ESPC’s own Chris Merrill weighed in.
From a technological standpoint, Chris Merrill, a transparency advocate and director of the Equality State Policy Center, called the special session a success. The LSO executed an ever-evolving series of debates, committee hearings and votes over video that anyone in the state could tune into online, with few hitches. “On short order the Legislative Service Office staff just did phenomenal work to make this as transparent a process as possible,” Merrill said.
• For more on the outcomes from the Special Session, read here.
• To read the summaries of the bills that passed, read here, here, here.
• To hear Chris Merrill’s testimony on transparency, go to the video tape here (testimony at the 30:00 mark, roughly).
• Or sign up for the People’s Review: LIVE! We’ll be talking about What’s Going On With Wyoming State Government on Thursday, May 21 @ 5pm. Register here.