Welcome to the lottery. Both the Senate and House have agreed to the compromise of $6 million a year in lottery revenues to cities and counties for six years with the overage to the School Land Trust Fund.
Both houses finished bills for a final time. The eminent domain law passed the House, while a property offenses bill makes it through the Senate.
Longtime Representative Rosie Berger did something Tuesday morning we haven't seen before. She cut her waist length hair for only the second time in her life to honor her friend, Representative Mary Throne, who is being treated for breast cancer.
Rosie's hair will go to the Pantene Haircare Company, where it will be processed into a wig and brought back to Cheyenne for a cancer patient. Mary Throne was overwhelmed at what her friend did for her.
Mary is finished with treatment and is on her way to recovery. A lot of waiting around Wednesday as both chambers wait on the other for concurrence votes.