Products from Black Hills Bentonite help scoop away pet cat waste. A former staffer alleges they’re also taking Wyoming’s wildlife habitat while regulators look the other way.
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Legislative panel moves to further politicize wildlife management policy and erode executive authority, creating a showdown with the governor
Looming coal plant closures, energy industry layoffs and an exodus of young people has several Wyoming communities scratching their heads about how to forge economic transitions.
Lawyers, academics and coal bankruptcy veterans see red flags as new coal operators entered the state, they said Friday at a UW School of Law conference.
A new legislative panel convened to insulate Wyo from firm collapses has an important mandate and a trove of hard-won lessons available to it.