For a state that prides itself on independence and self-reliance, Dodson opines, we certainly don’t mind being taken care of by others.
Most midterm candidates seem to be running on a platform of partisan purity, which is exactly what the political parties want, Dodson writes.
Building cryptocurrency mines would leverage the state's competitive advantages and existing workforce, Dodson opines. Current policy, however, instead tries to compete with London for bankers and programmers.
Former U.S. Sen. Robert Byrd became famous for securing federal funds for his state of West Virginia, writes Dodson. Wyoming, he opines, could use a similar champion.
Congressional act won’t bring any short-term fixes to Wyoming’s coal communities, Dodson writes.