(Wyo.)-Legislature To Resolve Budget Differences This Week
By BEN NEARY
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Legislature will concentrate on ironing out differences between the House and Senate versions of the supplemental budget bill this week.
Both the House and the Senate on Friday approved the supplemental budget with their own particular amendments.
Senate President Tony Ross, R-Cheyenne, and House Speaker Tom Lubnau said Friday they expect that each house will appoint a conference committee early in the week to reconcile the differences.
Among the notable differences in the House and Senate versions of the budget is an amendment approved only in the Senate that would require the UW Board of Trustees to report to the Legislature on the installation of permanent artwork, how college deans are selected and on the razing of historic buildings.
Back to News
Printer Friendly Version
Send Story to a friend.