Wyoming

BLOG: How GAO Is Helping Shine A Light on My Former Federal Agency

by Guest Contributor | July 8, 2020
Former DOE scientist Bill Dam reveals groundwater contamination coming from several former uranium mills in Wyoming, endangering two Native American tribes ...

Yellowstone Wi-Fi Plan Driven by Corporate Wishes  

by Kirsten Stade | June 9, 2020
Trees Felled in Proposed Wilderness and Historic Landmarks Penetrated ...

Wyoming Public Record Laws

by Kathleen Yun | November 28, 2019
Citations Wyo. Stat. §16-4-201 et seq. (http://legisweb.state.wy.us/statutes/statutes.aspx?file=titles/Title16/T16CH4AR2.htm) Exemptions to Disclosure Custodian may deny – on public interest grounds – requests for: “The specific details of bona fide research projects being conducted ...

More Than 500 New Antennas Slated for Yellowstone

by Kirsten Stade | November 27, 2019
Formerly Off-Limits Historic Buildings to Be Honeycombed with Wi-Fi ...

Grand Teton Cell Mega-expansion Violates Law and Policy

by Susan Sargent | April 8, 2019
Inspector General Asked to Include 13-Tower Grand Teton Plan in Ongoing Review ...