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Wyoming legislature adjourns general session

The Wyoming Legislature has adjourned the general session that started in early January.

The Wyoming House adjourned at 3:52 p.m. Wednesday, following an address by Gov. Matt Mead. The Senate already had adjourned following an earlier address by the governor.

Mead congratulated both houses for their work in crafting a state budget that includes 6.5-percent cuts for most agencies. He contrasted the Legislature’s work with that of Congress, saying a major problem with Washington is politicians’ unwillingness to make tough decisions.

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