Measure would generate an estimated $47 million a year in taxes, but there are other reasons to support the sweeping reform, supporters say.
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As the state faces a fiscal crisis, Gov. Gordon called on lawmakers to prioritize needs over wants. The two legislative chambers have very different concepts of what those are.
Legislators consider a suite of bills to help keep aging coal-fired power plants in the state in operation.
Black-footed ferrets were thought to be extinct before they were discovered near Meeteetse in 1981. Local biologists, conservationists continue stressing disease and habitat as tools to fight extinction.
Voter ID bill aims to fix a nonexistent problem, writes guest columnist Bruce Palmer, and is just the first move in a more insidious effort to restrict voting for all Wyoming residents.