An initial rejection of funding by the governor’s office and the death of a “sin tax” raise fears funding woes will kill Wyoming’s criminal justice reform before it’s begun.
Faced with the prospect of having to pay ad valorem taxes monthly, industry has gone on the offensive and suggested the state forgive its old debts.
A recent report on Wyoming revenue projections is being characterized as a major shortfall, but money still flows into savings accounts.
Legislative panel moves to further politicize wildlife management policy and erode executive authority, creating a showdown with the governor
Lawyers, academics and coal bankruptcy veterans see red flags as new coal operators entered the state, they said Friday at a UW School of Law conference.