HB 137

You Are Invited!

With the session well behind us here in Wyoming, it’s important that gun owners take stock of what went right and what went wrong this session in the fight for the Second Amendment. Of course, with your help, our bill to end the deadly ‘Gun Free Zones’ (HB 137) cleared the House and Senate, only to be vetoed by Governor Mead. Perhaps worse, our bill to allow for Campus Carry

Do You Have Two Minutes and a Cell Phone?

We’re down to the wire! Insiders have reported to us that Governor Mead intends to veto HB 137 as early as MONDAY MORNING! But we’re hearing that Mead is also nervous about the potential blowback from gun owners here in Wyoming should he block this gun bill. That’s why it’s absolutely essential that you call him immediately and insist that he sign this bill into law or allow it to

Gov. Mead Trusts Felons With Guns – Does He Trust You?

As time runs short on Gov. Mead’s ability to sign HB 137 into law, you should know that yesterday he signed HB 231 into law. HB 231 allows convicted felons — even felons convicted of violent felonies — to have the right to purchase and possess black powder firearms restored here in Wyoming. Don’t misunderstand, we’re not saying that it’s wrong for certain groups of convicted criminals to have their

HB 137 Clears the Legislature!

After a tumultuous few days in the House, HB 137 cleared the final legislative hurdle when it passed the House yesterday! And I have to tell you, this was only due to your relentless pressure. At so many points in the process over the last three days, anti-gun lobby organizations and moderates in the legislature came close to shutting this bill down. But the grassroots pressure of WyGo members made

HB 137 Passes Senate, Final Vote Coming in House Today!

You did it! HB 137, our bill that would repeal “Gun Free Zone” policies in the State Capitol, City Hals, county buildings, and more passed the Senate today in a 20-10 vote! Senator Von Flatern tried to undermine the bill with a hostile amendment. He failed. Senator Ellis tried to do the same thing. She failed. Your calls and emails insisting that the Senate refuse all hostile amendments were successful,

It All Comes Down to This Morning in Cheyenne!

Like we told you late last week, HB 137 passed in the Senate by a narrow vote. Senator Burns’ anti-gun amendment, which would gut the entirety of the bill, was shot down by a vote of 16-13 — far too close for comfort. As a reminder, HB 137 would remove the current ban on carrying concealed with a permit in government buildings like the State Capitol, city halls, county buildings,

Pro-Gun Legislation Passes Second Reading, One Vote Left!

Thank you so much for your calls and emails yesterday into the Wyoming Senate! Thanks to your activism, the Senate rejected the anti-gun amendment that was offered by Senator Burns which would have totally undermined the bill. As a reminder, HB 137 would repeal the prohibition on carrying firearms in government buildings like the Capitol, city halls, locations where county commissioners hold meetings, and more to every gun owner with

Senate Vote Just Hours Away!

I just got off the phone with our insiders in Cheyenne and with the vote just hours away on HB 136 and HB 137 –- I don’t know if we have enough votes yet! For the Wyoming Senate — which holds itself out to be amoungst the most pro-gun legislative bodies in the country –- to crush these bills would be outrageous. The following Senators, in particular, need to hear

Gun Bills on the Move in Cheyenne!

With little fanfare, HB 136 and HB 137 were passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday by a vote of 4 to 1! Senator Liisa Anselmi-Dalton was the lone no vote. Remember, the Senate hasn’t moved a single gun bill here in Wyoming in five years. Clearly your calls, emails, and Facebook messages are being heard loud and clear! WyGo’s Membership Coordinator Michelle Sabrosky was on hand testifying on behalf

The Second Amendment Fight Moves to the Senate!

Moments ago, both of the bills being pushed by Wyoming Gun Owners this session were referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee! I need you to act fast, and contact the members of the committee using the information that I’ll provide for you below. These bills are straight forward, and need to be passed into law here in Wyoming right away. HB 136 would simply allow for Campus Carry here in