Wyoming Lawmakers to Convene Jan. 12 for a one-day Virtual Session

The Wyoming State Capitol is framed by the two wings of the Herschler State Office Building. Wyotoday.com photo by Ernie Over

The 66th Wyoming Legislature will convene at Noon on Jan. 12 for a one-day virtual session to fulfill the requirements of the Wyoming Constitution. Gov. Mark Gordon’s message will take place at 2 p.m. During the convening of the 2021 General Session, the Legislature will address all necessary business in accordance with the Wyoming Constitution, including but not limited to:

  • Election of Legislative Leadership;
  • Adopt rules for the 66th Legislature;
  • Receive a message from Gov. Gordon. A video livestream of the House and Senate proceedings will be available on the Legislature’s website at: www.wyoleg.gov. Gov. Gordon’s message will be livestreamed separately on Wyoming PBS’s YouTube channel at 2 p.m.
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  • Members of the public are encouraged to view the proceedings online.
  • The public may contact members of the Legislature directly using the contact information available on the Legislature’s website at: www.wyoleg.gov/Legislators.
  • Members of the 66th Legislature will be sworn in during the week of Jan. 4 and the morning of Jan. 12 prior to the Call to Order.
  • The Wyoming Legislature will resume the 2021 General Session at a later date.