Well, Wyoming was seeming really privacy-conscious for a while, but they seem to be reverting this week. First, the student privacy bill failed to pass, and now AP reports this:
Wyoming legislative committee has recommended against passing a bill that could allow state voters to decide whether to amend the state constitution to recognize an individual right to privacy.
The Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday voted against the bill after hearing a briefing that it would the Wyoming Secretary of State’s office $45,000 to publish the proposed amendment around the state.
Read more on Houston Chronicle.