Wyoming proudly boasts a state legislature that is one of the few remaining citizen legislatures in the nation.

The part-time nature of the institution allows members to stay in close contact with their constituents and concerns of their communities, according to the Legislative Service Office. As elected officials head into the 65th Wyoming Legislature’s budget session beginning Feb. 10, it’s clear that legislative make-up starts at the grassroots politicking level.

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