After they paid $7,820, two groups followed through on threats to sue the state auditor saying she’s been too slow fulfilling their request.
Gordon, Galeotos and Hageman make up the leading half of the packed Republican field, according to a mid-June survey conducted by UW pollsters.
Under Wyoming’s current tax structure, growing the state’s non-resource based industries would cost the state money, economists say.
Lawmakers will study unresolved problems from the last legislative session. The topic list has a little something for everyone.
Protecting infrastructure from protesters won’t be a study topic for Legislature’s Judiciary Committee