I haven't read Wyoming's yet, but I have already written all of my state reps. I told them to make sure that they include what New Hampshire did, that a federal agent would be charged with a felony for arresting anyone in the state for something in the freedom act. And also to add that if someone in the state is charged by the feds for something in the freedom act, that the state attorney general/state would defend said citizen. This way the people of the state won't be afraid to manufacture and sell according to the freedom act, because they would be financially liable for their defense when the feds prosecute.
Just some ideas to get Idaho's Firearms Freedom Act going, and to put some teeth behind it so we can actually exercise it.
Everyone needs to get on board though, I know my area's reps are.