The several counties in the Territory of Wyoming as they shall exist at the time of the admission of said territory as a state, are hereby declared to be counties of the State of Wyoming. This section provided for territorial counties to become counties of the state upon Wyoming’s admission to the United States. Discussion about counties and county government occupied an important part of the constitutional convention because counties were understood as the medium by which the state would conduct its business (Journal, p. 411). In State v. Board of County...
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