Candidates announce across Wyoming

The busy election season is a reminder that new faces are always entering the political space, providing credit unions with the opportunity to advocate.

E-titling approved for interim study

On Monday the Management Council met and considered the standing committees interim study topic requests. At the request of a […]

Wyoming special session a no go

Headlines across the state have announced there will be no special session convened to attempt to override the Governor’s vetoes. […]

Wyoming to convene a special session – yes or no?

Wyoming’s legislative leadership initially announced last week that they would not entertain a special session. Members of the Freedom Caucus […]

Wyoming Election Announcements Rolling Out

Even before the official filing season opens, Bobbie Frank reports, legislative candidates are off and running.

Wyoming session adjourns

The 67th session of the Wyoming State Legislature adjourned on Friday March 8 around 9 p.m. The two houses passed […]

E-titling rises to top of priorities for Transportation Committee

Today the Joint Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs committee met to discuss interim study topics. On behalf of a coalition […]

Three credit union champions from the GoWest region inducted to CU House Hall of Leaders

Three credit union champions from the GoWest region were among the sixteen credit union inductees to the Credit Union House […]

HB 86 headed to the Governor in WY

House Bill 86 – Vehicle lien – amendments heads to Governor Gordon for signature after passing the Senate in flying […]

WY Credit union led bill moves on to third reading in House

House Bill 86 – Vehicle lien – amendments, requiring more timely notification to lienholders when a vehicle is towed and […]

Wyoming Towing Notification Legislation Advances

HB 86 unanimously passed the House Transportation Committee and now moves to the Committee of the Whole.

Update from the Wyoming Legislative Session

Week one of the Wyoming Legislative Session was strife with positioning and significant discord between the factions of the Republican […]

Wyoming Advocates head to the Capitol

Wyoming credit unions gathered today in Cheyenne for the Day at the Capitol events. The morning session included visits from […]

Engaging in Negotiations in Wyoming Legislature

GoWest is at the table to ensure any legislation on Merchant Category Codes, protects credit unions’ best interests and citizens’ Second Amendment rights.

Wyoming Advocacy goes full throttle

Credit union advocates are working diligently this week to help gain support for House bill 86 – Vehicle lien – […]

ESI Considering Expansion to Arizona and Wyoming

If an expansion is approved, credit unions in those states could potentially have access to an added layer of insurance protection for member deposits.

Next Steps in Wyoming E-titling

Advocacy work is helping to move e-titling forward in Wyoming. Here’s an update.

Senator John Barrasso’s wife loses battle with cancer

Sen. John Barrasso’s wife, Bobbi, has died from brain cancer, his office announced Thursday. “After a courageous battle with cancer, […]

Wyoming Stable Token Seeks $5.8 Million Budget

The goal is to have the Wyoming Stable Token online by the end of this year.

Know Your Wyoming Legislators

Knowing your legislators’ background, interests, and committee assignments will make you a more effective advocate.