WCADVSA Legislative Session Work

Current Legislative Work

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2022 Summary of Priority Bills - click here to view

Full 2022 tracking sheet here.

2020-2022 Policy Priorities to End Domestic & Sexual Violence

You can find the list of current and upcoming livestreamed legislative committee work here.  You can scroll through the months, and you can also see committee members and schedules here.

The 2022 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature is scheduled to begin February 14, 2022. A full legislative session schedule can be viewed on the home page of the legislative website here.

Browse all the 2022 Budget Session bills here.

If you need help navigating any of this or have any questions at all,
Tara Muir, our public policy director would love to help. Give her a call at our main # 307-755-5481.

Previous WCADVSA Legislative Work

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2021 Summary of Priority Bills - click here to view

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2020 Summary of Priority Bills - click here to view

2020 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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  • Browse all Legislative Bills by Year  -  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


Senator Cynthia Lummis

Phone: 202-224-3424

Website: https://www.lummis.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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