Constraints placed on Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund reined in its growth; now a low-return environment may cap its spending.
Up near the Continental Divide, cowboys call Zach Turnbull when they find dead stock. It’s his job, through all the guts and gore, to determine if an animal was killed by wildlife and is thus eligible for damage compensation from the state.
An end-of-the-year use-it-or-lose-it deadline looms as the state has spent little more than 10% of its allocated federal funding.
In part three of series, WyoFile looks at Wyoming’s new approach to investing, and compares it to a state that is taking a much different tack.
In the second installment of its series examining Wyoming’s sovereign wealth funds, WyoFile digs into the factors that have cost the state billions of dollars in missed returns.