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To apply for a refund, visit your county treasurer’s office, go online to WPTRS.wyo.gov, or call 307 777-7320.If you applied for a refund last year, the department sent a 2022 application to you via mail in early April.
AARP Wyoming advocated for its members on a variety of other bills during the 2023 Legislative session. Here are a few of those bills, what they do and why AARP Wyoming followed them.
Governor Dave Freudenthal offers his overview of the 2023 Legislative Session
The report highlights the growing scope and complexity of family caregiving and offers actions needed to address the many challenges of caring for parents, spouses, and other loved ones.
Thursday afternoon, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon signed House Bill 99 into law. HB99 is the expansion of eligibility requirements for the Property Tax Refund Program.
The Property Tax Relief picture is starting to come into focus. On Friday, the Senate passed the Property Tax Refund program. The bill has now passed both chambers, but won’t go to the Governor’s Desk just yet.
More on that later. For now, here is what you need to know from the Capitol this week: Scam Protection Bill Is Signed; Podiatrists and Pharmacists Bills Are Passed; Property Tax and other updates.
Senate File 24 - Financial Exploitation of a Vulnerable Adult - passed the Senate last week and made it through Second Read in the House on Friday.
It's rare that we see new things happen at the Capitol, but Friday brought a surprise when the lights went out in the building around 2 p.m. as the House was about to gavel-in to session.
There will be a bit of a break from our bills moving through the House and Senate at the same speed as they have the last three weeks.
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