Nov 152014
 
 November 15, 2014  Laws, U.S.

Trevor Brown reports:

A proposed amendment to Wyoming’s Constitution could make it harder for government and other groups to access residents’ private information or property.

A legislative committee voted Friday to sponsor a constitutional change that would add language stating that the right of individual privacy cannot be infringed without a compelling state interest.

The proposed amendment will next go before the full Legislature during the 2015 session, which begins in January.

Read more on Casper Star Tribune.

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