Raven, you really should heed the advice from Mr. Sutton.
I think that Frank will be the first to admit that he doesn't know [b]all[/i] there is to know, in the field of Constitutional Law. However, there are certain subjects about the law that apply in general about all judicial procedures.
One of those is that the Supreme Court is the last word on what is deemed constitutional and what is not. We may not like it, but this is the real world that we live and work in.
As much as it might rankle you, it is the real world we deal with, here at TFL.
I am not an attorney, of any kind. I have not formally studied the law. Yet through the years, I have learned a thing or two. Which is why you won't see too many disagreements with how I report on the various cases.
What Frank has written, in this thread, is general interpretation of the rules and statutes that govern the applicable law. He is not wrong, here.
What Wyoming is doing, is really a symbolic act. It has no real consequence if ever applied to federal agents. The only game changer would be if 38 States all passed the same type of statutes. I'll let you figure out why.