As ‘brain drain’ continues to draw workers out of Wyoming, young people struggle to see a future in the state.
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.
Study: Warmer days and nights, warmer winters, hotter summers are all in store. “These are things we already see happening, and we can expect that to get more intense as we go forward.”
Fiscally, Wyoming seemed ripe for change this session. What resulted was a return to the status quo.
Congressional act won’t bring any short-term fixes to Wyoming’s coal communities, Dodson writes.