After having public hearings, the Committee adopted a complete map in December of 2011, and gave it final approval in January of 2012.
The Senate and the House both passed the final map by very wide margins (28-2 in the Senate and 51-8 in the House) and Governor Matt Mead signed the map into law on March 6, 2012.
The Wyoming House of Representatives is the lower chamber of the Wyoming State Legislature.
Alongside the Wyoming State Senate, it forms the legislative branch of the Wyoming state government and works alongside the governor of Wyoming to create laws and establish a state budget.
At the age of 70, he decided to get his pilots license.
State legislative district plans are subject to veto by the governor.
The table below shows the partisan history of the Wyoming House of Representatives following every general election from 1992 to 2016.
All data from 2006 or earlier comes from Michael Dubin's Party Affiliations in the State Legislatures (Mc Farland Press, 2007). As a result of the 1992 elections, Republicans held a 41-19 majority.
In 1970, Don Page of the LA Times named John newscaster of the year saying: "John Babcock is one of radio's premier commentators and a leading documentarian." John was born the day of the 1933 earthquake and started life as an orphan.
He was shuffled between foster homes until he was adopted by the Babcock family.