Three high-powered gun bills waiting for their first full debate in the House. 103 would make it a felony in Wyoming to enforce stricter federal gun regulations created after a rash of mass shootings.
104 would bar cities and counties from enacting their own gun regulations and 105 would allow concealed weapons in schools for folks passing background checks. At least 103 and 105 could put Wyoming and the federal law at odds.
An electronic cigarette bill passes the senate on a second vote. Senate File 103 would include electronic cigarettes in the law that prohibits tobacco sales to minors. Final Senate vote on SF 103 Thursday.
Supporters say the Wyoming lottery bill, which is waiting for debate on the House floor, could be the vehicle to allow Wyoming to join the multi-state Powerball.
The only game the bill would allow without further legislative approval and Tuesday we told you representative Steve Watt was calling on state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill to run for Governor in 2014 after Matt Mead signed legislation removing her as head of the Education Department.
Watt says Hill wasn't afraid to step on toes and that's what he wants in the next Governor. You'll recall Watt also ran for the Republican nomination for Governor in a crowded primary in 2002.
The bill to allow pharmacists to give vaccinations to children ages 7 through 18 passes the House and now heads to the Senate.