Residents in Afton, Wyoming are usually sentenced to about a year in jail if they are found to be in possession of marijuana. For each additional charge in the future, the length of time in jail increases as well as the fines that the person has to pay. Aside from a few states where selling and using marijuana is legal, it's still a crime in Wyoming. Jim Byrd is a sponsor and also a member of the democratic party who wants to see some of the marijuana laws in the state changed.
Wyoming residents who drive commercial vehicles may be interested to learn that fatal truck accidents increased slightly in 2016. The increase was 3 percent over 2015, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Administration.