Lawmakers should match his keystone ENDOW economic initiative by changing Wyoming’s tax code to capture revenue from new industries, gov. says
WPA lobbyist endorsed new rules allowing agencies to charge for public records, a change from the traditional transparency advocate’s previous opposition to fees.
OARS says it has made changes to ensure accidents like the one that killed kayak guide won’t happen again.
Under Wyoming’s current tax structure, growing the state’s non-resource based industries would cost the state money, economists say.
Legislators are considering changes to new rules that allow state and local government entities to charge for access to some public information.