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Governor Mark Gordon, with support from the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation, is raffling off a Governor’s Bison License for just $10 to Wyoming residents who are eligible to hunt in the state.

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon is asking for public feedback to inform his review of Wyoming’s existing Greater Sage-grouse Executive Order. Comments are due by May 1 and should be submitted to This is an extension of the comment period announced earlier this year at the Sage Grouse Implementation Team meeting.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Mark Gordon applauded President Donald J. Trump for signing the executive order Promoting Energy Infrastructure and Economic Growth.

“I am delighted President Trump issued his Executive Order directing the Environmental Protection Agency to modernize guidance on the application of section 401 of the Clean Water Act," Governor Gordon said. "I stand with governors across the land in asserting our states’ rights to access markets foreign and domestic as well as to protect the water, air, and environment of our respective states."

Governor Mark Gordon announced today that Joel Kelsey, of Cheyenne, and Toby Arment, of Rawlins, have been selected to represent Wyoming at the 2019 National Youth Science Camp. Adelle Stone, of Basin, and Matthew Hills, of Casper, have been selected as alternates.

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Governor Mark Gordon complimented the Wyoming Legislature on providing a supplemental budget that sets a “deft” fiscal path. He recognized that the budget act shows constraint and means Wyoming will increase its savings this year.

Meet the Gordons

Mark Gordon was elected Wyoming's 33rd Governor, on Nov. 6, 2018. He was sworn into office on January 7, 2019.

Jennie (Muir) Gordon currently serves as First Lady of Wyoming.

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