The Wyoming Legislature meets for not more than 40 days in odd-numbered years in
General Session. General Sessions convene at Noon on the second Tuesday in January.
The Wyoming Legislature meets for approximately 20 days in even-numbered years for
a Budget Session. The Legislature can meet for not more than 60 days every two years,
e.g. if it meets for 38 days in a General Session, it can meet for up to 22 days
in a Budget Session. Budget Sessions convene at 10:00 a.m. on the second Monday
in February. Bills other than budget bills require a two-thirds vote to be introduced
in a Budget Session. The Governor may call the Legislature into Special Session.
If a Special Session is called by the Governor, there is no limit on the length of the session or
on the topics to be considered. The Legislature itself can call a special session to last not more than 20 days.
2013 General Session
2012 Budget Session
2011 General Session
2010 Budget Session
2009 General Session
2008 Budget Session
2007 General Session
2006 Budget Session
2005 General Session
2004 Budget Session
2003 General Session
2002 Budget Session
2001 General Session