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A Wyoming Legislative committee is proposing a program similar to one used by Obamacare – the Affordable Care Act, to lower health insurance costs in Wyoming. The program would put a tax on health insurance plans and use the money raised to pay for a portion of high cost patient care. The net effect would be to lower insurance premiums, since the health insurance companies wouldn’t have to pay for the full amount of the care.
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The FBI announced Monday it made arrests in two separate terror plots near Toledo, Ohio. One suspect wrote to Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, and the other wanted to carry out a mass shooting similar to the recent attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.

Mead presents supplemental budget to lawmakers

By Ramsey Scott, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – Gov. Matt Mead laid out his last supplemental budget request Monday to members of the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee.

While the subsequent discussion ping-ponged between multiple items in the governor’s request, much of the focus from lawmakers was on state employee raises and Mead’s call for the Legislature to find a sustainable funding model for the state’s K-12 education system.  Click here for more

Agents Take Down Alleged Cheyenne Drug Dealers

By Joy Greenwald
CHEYENNE — Two Cheyenne men are facing multiple drug charges after a months-long investigation revealed they were selling cocaine in the capital city.

Court records say agents with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation began investigating Sean Flannigan in June after receiving information that he may be dealing drugs out of his house.  Click here for more

Wyoming man pleads guilty in fatal wreck after police chase

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CHEYENNE — A Wyoming man has pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide after a police chase in Cheyenne that ended with a crash that killed one person.

The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports Aaron Higine entered his plea Friday. In exchange, prosecutors dropped six charges including eluding, reckless driving and methamphetamine possession.  Click here for more

City of Cheyenne condemns Hitching Post Inn

By Austin Huguelet, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE — A Cheyenne icon is down for the count.

City building safety officials on Monday condemned the Hitching Post Inn and gave its owner 30 days to demolish the place before the city does it for her.  Click here for more

Professional development conversation continues for Wyoming artists

By Buckrail
STATEWIDE– The Wyoming Arts Council and the UW Art Museum are offering a follow up phone-in with artist, educator, artists advocate, and editor Sharon Louden on Wednesday, Dec. 18 from 10 am to noon.   Click here for more

Kids’ December Saturday Art Workshop

Posted 12-1-18, Cheyenne Old West Museum (CHEYENNE) - Join us on December 15, from 9:30am-11: 30am for our final kids' workshop of the year is approaching. We will be doing a gift making session again so... NO PARENTS ALLOWED!!! When your kiddo leaves, they will have...

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In 2010, the federal government began offering tax credits to buyers of electric vehicles, as a way to spur their development. The tax credits are expiring, and major oil companies are asking Congress to let them die. However, General Motors and Tesla would like the program to continue.
Should the tax credits designed to help electric vehicle sales continue, or should they be allowed to expire?
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