Legislators advance bill to gut Teton County housing rules after special interest lunch

Although housing wasn’t on its agenda, a legislative committee decided last minute to advance a bill that could gut Teton County’s affordable housing program.

The unexpected vote followed a Monday lunch with the advocacy group Jackson Hole Working.

While Jackson Hole Working dubbed the event a “public lunch and learn,” it was not included on the agenda for the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Interim Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee.

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Posted by Stefani
Sep 18, 2019