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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Wyoming Newsletter for Sunday May 10, 2020 ( 4 items )  

Antonio Serrano Named ACLU of Wyoming Advocacy Manager
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, May 5 -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Wyoming issued the following news release: Antonio Serrano has been promoted to advocacy manager for the ACLU of Wyoming. In his new role, Serrano is responsible for building the ACLU's public education and advocacy programs through coalition-building, leadership development, communication and lobbying. He also ensures that supporters of the ACLU of Wyoming have the tools, information and opportunities to be effective advocates   more

Western Environmental Law Center: Federal Court Green-Lights Bear Baiting Lawsuit
EUGENE, Oregon, May 8 -- The Western Environmental Law Center issued the following news release: A federal court in Boise today denied the Trump administration's attempt to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to stop black bear baiting in national forests in Idaho and Wyoming - a practice known to result in the deaths of endangered grizzly bears. U.S. magistrate judge Candy Dale ordered the suit may proceed despite the Forest Service's claim that it need not re-evaluate how baiting can affect grizzlies.  more

Wyoming Business Council Board Recommends Five Grants
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, May 8 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors recommended five Business Ready Community (BRC) funding requests during its May 7 meeting via Zoom. BUSINESS READY COMMUNITY (BRC) GRANT APPLICATIONS Business Council staff review each application, conduct site visits, or conference calls in the case of planning grants, and make presentations to a board subcommittee before making final recommendations to the full  more

Wyoming Main Street Seeks Architects for Historic Preservation Program
CHEYENNE, Wyoming, May 7 -- The Wyoming Business Council issued the following news: Wyoming Main Street is seeking qualified architects interested in being part of its Historic Architecture Assistance Fund (HAAF) projects. Wyoming Main Street is a program of the Wyoming Business Council dedicated to helping Wyoming's downtowns thrive. The Historic Architecture Assistance Fund provides money for downtown building owners to restore their historic properties. Typical projects include a building  more