Income from the Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund (PMTF) is what makes Wyoming’s commitment in education possible
Pete Simpson Forum
A more vibrant, diversified economy requires investments and social policy that attracts and retains young professionals.
Will Wyoming invest its political capital and research dollars to prolong the era of coal, or invest in a new energy infrastructure that’s in harmony with its landscape?
Samuel Western writes that Wyoming is America’s monolith of demographic, educational, political, and economic monoculture — and monocultures collapse.
Sen. Charlie Scott (R) says the conservative management of Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund has served us well for decades, and helps keep taxes low.