WCADVSA Legislative Session Work

Current Legislative Work

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The Wyoming Legislature's leadership officially voted on November 24

to delay the start of the 2021 legislative session

until later this spring with no specific date.


Swearing in of elected officials and some initial matters will occur early January of 2021, and more details will be decided then.

This sheet is tracking proposed bills in standing committees thus far.

Previous WCADVSA Legislative Work

2020 Summary of Priority Bills - click here to view

2020 Legislative Activity  - click here to view

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2019 Summary of Priority Bills - click here to view​

2019 Legislative Activity - click here to view

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call or email Tara Muir with any questions 
cell:  402-871-4979     office:  307-755-5481

Wyoming State Legislature

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  • 2020 Browse All Bills  -  click here to view

  • Wyoming Legislature Website - click here to view  (archived previous legislature bills and current legislators information.)

  • Legislator Contact Information click here to view 

  • Legislative Session Archives click here to view 


Wyoming State Laws and Overview

  • Wyoming Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Statutes -  click here for an updated list


Federal Laws and Overview

  • VAWA Law -  click here to view 

  • Crime Victims Fund Fact Sheet -  click here to view 

  • FVPSA Statute, section 201 of the CAPTA bill -  click here to view ​

Wyoming Congressional Delegation


Senator John Barrasso

Phone: 202-224-6441

Website: www.barrasso.senate.gov


Representative Liz Cheney

Phone: 202-225-2311

Website: cheney.house.gov

*Please note: any correspondence should be either through phone or e-mail, as post mail may now take weeks to be delivered.

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