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(a) Statutes, supplements and session laws shall be distributed as provided by contract with the publisher or as directed by the management council, to the following, without charge:
(i) Nine (9) copies to the county clerk of each county in Wyoming, for use in the county offices and the district court, plus one (1) additional copy for each magistrate serving pursuant to W.S. 5-9-206 and circuit judge in each county;
(ii) One (1) copy to each member of the Wyoming legislature;
(iii) One (1) copy to the office of each United States senator and the congressman from Wyoming;
(iv) One (1) copy to each judge of the district court of Wyoming;
(v) One (1) copy to each justice of the Wyoming supreme court;
(vi) One (1) copy to each of the five (5) elected state officers;
(vii) One (1) copy each to the house and senate chief clerks; and
(viii) One (1) copy to the principal county library in each county for use therein.
(b) Except as provided in subsection (a) of this section, all copies of the statutes, supplements and session laws shall be sold and distributed by the publisher as contracted for by the management council.
(c) Except for the distribution of sets of the Wyoming statutes to newly elected legislators, the distribution provided by subsection (a) of this section applies to statutes, supplements and session laws published hereafter, and does not require the distribution of additional free copies of publications already distributed.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 8. General Provisions § 8-2-101. Distribution of statutes, supplements and session laws - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-8-general-provisions/wy-st-sect-8-2-101/
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