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Wyoming's 2011 session concludes
- 432 bills were introduced
- 204 bills were passed
- The supplemental budget was signed on March 2, which included $720,943,413 in additional spending
Wyoming is one of a handful of states that will not address redistricting in 2011. The legislature is scheduled to redraw the state maps during the 2012 budget session. Meanwhile, the Joint Corporations, Elections & Political Subdivisions Interim Committee will begin drafting some maps to be introduced during that session. That session will be 20 days and start on February 13, 2012.
Wyoming was the second legislature to adjourn in 2011, after Virginia. Virginia however will be returning for a special session to complete redistricting. Wyoming legislators earn $150 per day that the legislature is in session, as well as $109 per day in per diem.