- Associated Press - Monday, February 2, 2015

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on Mon., Feb 2, the 15th day of the 2015 General Session:

GUN ZONES: The House for the third time voted to approve a bill that would remove restrictions against people licensed to carry concealed guns from carrying them on school grounds and in some public buildings. The bill now goes to the Senate.

GUNS AT WORK: A bill was introduced in the House that would prohibit private employers from prohibiting their employees from keeping firearms in their locked vehicles at the workplace.

HEMP EXTRACT: The House for the second time approved a bill that would allow the use of hemp extract under medical supervision.

RELIGIOUS CAMPS: The Senate received a bill that already has passed the House that would exempt religious education camps from property taxation.

RELIGION: The House approved a bill that sponsors say would limit governmental actions that burden religious freedom. The bill now goes to the Senate.

RELIGION: The House approved a bill that would prohibit public school districts from discriminating against students or parents on the basis of a religious viewpoint or expression. The bill now goes to the Senate.

TRIBAL PLATES: The Senate received a bill that would authorize special license plates for enrolled members of the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes. The bill already has passed in the House.

ATTORNEY GENERAL: A bill to make the office of Wyoming Attorney General an elected position was introduced in the House. Under current state law, the governor appoints the attorney general.

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