Undertaken every five years, the ‘recalibration’ analysis and reconsideration of Wyoming’s complex public-education funding and expenditures model takes on special urgency and import in 2021.
Following a high-profile case involving a road-side stop that stripped an innocent traveler of $92K, Wyo lawmakers passed modest reforms. They should do more, guest columnists write.
Wyoming enacted a severance tax exemption last year that gives the industry a break when market prices are low. New legislation would also offer a tax exemption when market prices are high.
The Biden Administration’s climate executive order can mark a new beginning and a better future for Wyoming, if we take advantage of the support it offers for coal communities and plan for the future.
Lawmakers dole out funds as some question cloud seeding allocation, state’s priorities in hard times.