CHEYENNE — Gov. Matt Mead will deliver Wyoming's State of the State address via a live stream Wednesday at 10 a.m.
The speech is given annually before the joint legislative session of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives. The streaming fits in well with Mead's often technology-driven agenda.
"I continue to support efforts to increase access to broadband connectivity," Mead said in a statement. "It creates opportunities for tele-education, tele-health and tele-commuting and as we have seen over the last two years it also increases transparency and access to government."
Mirroring the more famous State of the Union address delivered around the same time of year by the U.S. president, the address will likely touch on the state's economy, energy and various other topics essential to Wyoming's well-being.
The speech and the State of the Judiciary address will stream live at governor.wy.gov
at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
The legislative session will also be available through live streaming at http://legisweb.state.wy.us
starting when it convenes at noon tomorrow.
Wyoming Business Report
correspondent Bill McCarthy will be attending the session to report on various topics that could affect Wyoming's business world.
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