In Oct., WyoFile reported the Public Services Commission sent copied language from coal industry lobbyists to federal utility regulators. New documents reveal the governor’s office’s involvement
The top five officials leave Wyoming vulnerable to litigation — and immigrants vulnerable to mistreatment — by sticking to former AG’s opinion, ACLU says.
The report, by the Western Organization of Resource Councils, suggests declining coal markets could overwhelm regulatory system. State regulators disagree.
In Laramie, Rawlins and Riverton this year, residents challenge investigations of deaths at the hands of police officers. Some are asking for reforms.
Bankruptcy court filing describes years-long process of bleeding the distressed coal company into insolvency.