CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Monday marks the start of the third week of the Wyoming Legislature's four-week budget session.
House and Senate leaders say they expect a conference committee will start meeting this week to resolve differences in the mirror budget bills both houses approved on Friday.
The pressure will be on this week to move non-budget bills as well.
House Speaker Tom Lubnau of Gillette and Senate President Tony Ross of Cheyenne say Friday is the last day for bills to get out of committee in the second house. Any bills that don't make the cut will be dead.
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