Several new bills have been passed by the 2021 Wyoming Legislature to put new laws and regulations in place that will now need to be followed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Many of the new laws and regulations will have a direct impact on the public as well.
There are many rumors about where the term "420" ((pronounced four-twenty) originated and how it became the code word for cannabis users, but the most widely excepted version revolves around a group of young pot-heads in the early 1970s called the Waldos.
You had an argument with your boyfriend, or maybe a negotiation with your boss and afterwards you thought to yourself, "man, if only had a recording of that conversation!"
I stumbled upon this awesome app known as 'Alibi' for my Android phone, basically it's being touted as a "DVR for your life", allowing you to set permissions on your phone to record any and all things around
Weird to think that in this day and age we would still have laws at are actually in the books? Laws like: “It’s illegal for a woman in Memphis, Tennessee to drive without a man waving a red flag in front of them?" Or how "flirting in San Antonio, Texas could get you in big trouble because you’d be breaking the law," even if you barely batted an eyelash at someone...
Wyoming, just like every other state, has it's own set of laws. Most of these laws are widely acknowledged and accepted. If you dig deep into the Wyoming law book, you will find some obscure laws you probably didn't know existed. You may have broken the law and didn't even know it. This list should get you back on track to being a law abiding citizen.