Legislative Committees

Legislative Committees

Summary

There are 12 permanent parallel committees in the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives. These committees are called “standing” committees. Standing committees meet during legislative sessions to review bills, hear testimony and recommend action on legislation for the consideration of the full body of the Senate or House.

In the interim-the period between sessions-the standing committees in each body, with the exception of the Journal and Rules committees, merge to form joint interim committees. Joint interim committees study topics assigned by Management Council. These committees often meet throughout the state.

 

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Source: Government webpages

Below are the permanent parallel committees in the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives.

Management Council
Management Audit Committee
01-Judiciary
02-Appropriations
03-Revenue
04-Education
05-Agriculture, State and Public Lands & Water Resources
06-Travel, Recreation, Wildlife & Cultural Resources
07-Corporations, Elections & Political Subdivisions
08-Transportation, Highways & Military Affairs
09-Minerals, Business & Economic Development
10-Labor, Health & Social Services
11-Journal
12-Rules & Procedure

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