Privacy, government openness concerns weighed in Wyoming constitutional amendment

Rights to personal privacy and government access soon may be added to the Wyoming Constitution.

Lawmakers meeting at the Capitol on Wednesday voted to have staff members draft a proposed constitutional amendment that guarantees residents a “right to individual privacy” and a “right to know” about public business.

The move comes after the Legislature rejected a bill earlier this year that would have asked voters to approve the privacy amendment without open government protections.  Continue>>>