Court ruling increases the likelihood that mine closures in the PRB will happen under the ownership of smaller, more opaque, less financially stable owners, experts say.
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The late Supreme Court justice wanted a Hot Springs County rancher’s suit over alleged government harassment to go to trial. She lost, but penned a dissent that bears a review.
Programs implemented in other states, like motor-voter registration and all mail-in elections, have been successful in upping voter access.
Lawmakers and election leaders have long praised the state’s election and voter access law as exceptional. But voter advocates argue systemic hurdles make it harder for marginalized populations.
In a rebuttal to a Drake column, Terrence Manning defends carbon capture technology as a worthwhile venture for Wyoming.