With few options to slow coal’s decline, lawmakers turn to a lever that in better days may have been anathema to free-market Republicans: the regulators.
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Wyoming Lawmakers eye measures meant to prop up coal, but some observers say they could upend the entire electric utility system. Power suppliers are expected to fight the proposed legislation.
Economies change, writes guest columnist Jason Shogren. But when that happens, the question is whether to rip off the metaphorical Band-Aid, or take the time to gently trim away the tape from the skin.
Wyoming politicians who blame ‘war on coal’ foolishly try to revise state’s history.
Skyler Woodruff nabbed first place in the “People and Nature” category of The Nature Conservancy of Wyoming’s 2019 student photo contest with this photo of her and a pack llama high in the Wind River Mountains.