The spate of legal actions Wyoming has launched to protect fossil fuel interests, writes Don Jones, doesn’t reflect the values of its citizens, but instead aims to protect the interests of a few.
Congressional act won’t bring any short-term fixes to Wyoming’s coal communities, Dodson writes.
Supporters say BLM environmental analyst raised concerns about raptors in Converse County Oil and Gas Project review and is being sacked for his work.
Members of the Wyoming House and Senate have embraced divergent approaches on the budget and education funding, setting the stage for further conflict.
State Reps. advanced a measure that would make it more difficult for utilities to retire Wyoming coal-fired power plants, but tabled legislation intended to ensure grid reliability