Guardianship bill

Jayden, 5, walks alongside his grandmother, Annie McGlothlin, at her ranch on Feb. 2, 2018, east of Cheyenne. Jayden first went to stay with the McGlothlins in 2014 when his mother was struggling with addiction and mental health problems. The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Interim Committee rejected a proposal to consider the “best interest of the child” in some guardianship proceedings on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018. But the bill isn’t dead – one of the committee members has vowed to find alternative avenues to address the problem. Jacob Byk/Wyoming Tribune Eagle

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