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Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Davis gives the State of the Judiciary address Monday, Feb. 10, 2020, in the House chamber of the state Capitol. The speech followed Gov. Mark Gordon’s State of the State address, which marked the official start of the 65th Wyoming Legislature’s budget session.

CHEYENNE – Wyoming courts need money in order to ramp up digitizing efforts to bring the state’s courts into the 21st century, Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Davis emphasized during his State of the Judiciary speech Monday morning at the state Capitol.

Monday marked the first day of the 65th Wyoming Legislature’s budget session, and lawmakers descended on the Capitol to decide the state’s fiscal future.

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