Lawmakers can no longer afford to turn up their noses at Medicaid expansion, especially if Congress passes new pandemic relief, guest columnist Nate Martin writes.
Wyoming needs schools, roads, hospitals and other basic public services, writes guest columnist Nate Martin. And it’s time to move past the belief that we can have them without paying taxes.
The state’s dependence on fossil fuel revenues makes lawmakers and other officials bend to industry wills at the expense of our landscape, wildlife, clean air and water.
A new study reveals that Wyoming’s ultra-rich pay just about the lowest tax rate of anyone in the country.
Wyomingites frustrated by Cheney, Barrasso, and Enzi’s lack of responsiveness can still affect real political change through state and local politics.