Wyoming Legislation

Depository Program

The WSL curates historical legislative documents. Since the first Wyoming Territorial Legislature convened on October 12, 1869, records have been kept to document the laws and governance of our great state. 

Wyoming Capital Building
Stack of Publications

Historical Documents

Wyoming’s legislative documents span a wide range of the state’s history. Access robust physical and electronic collections that include House and Senate Journals, Bills, Bill Actions, Enrolled Acts, Session Laws, and Session Audio files.

Explore the resources below for additional methods of legislative research.

Legislative Law History

Legislative Historical Facts

GoWYLD Subject Guide

Legislative Service Office

Digital Access

WSL’s Wyoming Legislation database is an extensive, user-friendly collection of legislative documents, free for you to access and research. You’ll find journals and digests from 1869-Present, digitized bills from 1873-2000, and records of actions on bills from 1957-2000.

Wyoming Legislation Database

Wyoming Legislation Archives

Wyoming State Archives

Wyoming State Law Library

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State Library Cards

To receive special access and privileges, Wyoming state government employees can apply for a State Library card by phone, email, mail, in person, or by using the online registration form.

Phone: 307-777-6333 | Email: statelibrary@wyo.gov
Address: 2800 Central Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82002

After registration users will receive a card with a unique ID number as well as informative literature about the many resources available to patrons.