Sponsored / Co-sponsored Bills 2018

The following are sponsored and co-sponsored bills for the 2018 Legislative Session I appreciate your input on Legislative issues as your Representative… If there are bills during the Legislative Sessions that are important to you, please let me know your thoughts and/or concerns. Contact me Learn more about Chuck’s...

Public Participation

The Wyoming Legislature Citizen Guidebook is available on the Legislature’s Website. You are welcome to share this useful tool with your constituents as we approach the session. Hard copies of this guidebook will be available in the LSO as well as throughout the Jonah Business Center just prior to...

Bills and Status

The Wyoming Legislature Citizen Guidebook is available on the Legislature’s Website.  Hard copies of this guidebook will be available in the LSO as well as throughout the Jonah Business Center just prior to the legislative session. The guidebook can be viewed here: http://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/docs/CitizensGuidebook.pdf. Please Note: All Bill information provided...

Legislative Session – 2017

  House Bill 182–ultrasound information has passed the legislature and is now House Enrolled Act 90. Now, we are awaiting the Governor’s action on the Enrolled Act. It has been wonderful being the lead sponsor on this bill and hopefully it is signed into law! Thank you to those...

States Medicaid Experience

“Medicaid was designed as a safety net for our nation’s poorest and sickest people,” Rep. Joe Pitts, R-PA, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee, said during a hearing on March 18, 2013. “States are already struggling to serve this core population. “Increasingly, doctors simply can’t afford to...

Medicaid Expansion

Wyoming politicians, who support Medicaid Expansion, advocate for expansion saying that (1) the federal government will grant Wyoming a “trigger” which will allow Wyoming to shut down the expanded portion of Medicaid if the “trigger” is reached, and (2) if Wyoming does not expand Medicaid the money hardworking Wyoming...

Wyoming Accountability and Ethics

Wyoming has not done well in accountability measures. Wyoming ranked 49th in the Better Government Association/Alper Services Integrity Index. (Here is a copy of this index: http://www.bettergov.org/bga-alper-integrity-index.) Meanwhile, Wyoming received an F grade and ranked 49th nationwide in the Center for Public Integrity’s 2015 study of accountability in state...