Wyoming Governor Gordon Signs Eight Bills Into Law
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed eight more bills into law on Saturday, according to a release from the governor's office.
The release says Gordon signed the following bills passed by the 2023 session of the Wyoming Legislature into law:
|HEA0015||HB0035||Day-care certification requirement amendments|
|HEA0016||HB0082||Defendant mental illness examinations-amendments|
|HEA0017||HB0160||Drivers license veterans designation replacing DD form 214|
|HEA0018||HB0147||Unlawful trespass signage-taking of wildlife|
|HEA0019||HB0019||State Indian Child Welfare Act task force|
|SEA0023||SF0078||Apprenticeship and job training promotion in schools|
|SEA0024||SF0176||Solid waste disposal districts-consolidation|
|SEA0025||SF0041||Skill based amusement games-authorized locations.|
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