Gordon Signs Bills On Underage Marriage, Voter ID, Seven Others
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon on Thursday signed bills dealing with voter identification and underage marriage, among other topics, into law,
The bills were all passed by Wyoming lawmakers during the current legislative session.
Among the bills signed by Governor Gordon were the following;
House Bill 279--requires people voting absentee in person provide photo ID.
House Bill 7--prohibits people under the age of 16 from getting married, and requires a judge's approval for those age 16 or 17 to get married.
House Bill 65--establishes the 988 phone system in Wyoming for suicide prevention and mental health crisis. Wyoming typically has among the highest suicide rates in the nation.
House Bill 127--sets up guidelines specifying that clergy members can visit healthcare facilities
House Bill 134--.specifies that retail alcohol license holders may purchase alcohol from satellite manufacturers.
House Bill 56--allows for the designation of Purple Star Schools for military families.
House Bill 44-allows the state transportation commission to use alternate methods in contracts for road and bridge construction.
Senate File 43--alternatives ways to form EMS districts in Wyoming.
Senate File 10--allows Wyoming to enter compacts with other states for mental health counseling services.
The 2023 legislative session is slated to continue until March 3.
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