CHEYENNE – In perhaps Gov. Mark Gordon’s final action regarding bills that passed the state Legislature during its recently completed budget session, he vetoed some legislation Friday and allowed others to become law without his signature.

One such bill that can proceed, although without the governor’s explicit approval, is the Legislature’s redistricting plan. State lawmakers voted to add three colleagues after the next election, and the bill therefore has gone by the moniker of the 62-31 plan.

Jonathan Make is the Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s assistant managing editor and editor of the Wyoming Business Report. He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @makejdm.

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