Special Session Remains Possible for Wyoming Legislature

Wyoming Senate President Dan Dockstader and Speaker of the House Eric Barlow issued a joint statement this week regarding a special session of the Wyoming Legislature to address President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The Presiding Officers sent a poll to all legislators to determine whether the Wyoming Legislature will call itself into special session to address the vaccine mandates. Members of the Legislature have until 5 pm Thursday to vote in the special session poll.

According to information in a joint statement issued by Dockstader and Barlow, if a special session is approved by a majority vote of the members elected to both the Senate and the House of Representatives, the session would likely start on October 26. Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced Wednesday that the State continues to prepare for the legal battle against Biden’s proposed vaccine mandates once they are finalized. 



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  1. Sad that we have to protect our state from Biden’s unconstitutional fascist mandates. Even sadder that our 3 US legislators don’t seem to care.

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