Instead of just passing Senate File 145, Dodson writes, Wyoming should adopt open primaries and ranked-choice voting for the most representative, and cost efficient, results.
Constraints placed on Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund reined in its growth; now a low-return environment may cap its spending.
Wyoming can make some advances and improve its tax inequalities if it will seriously consider individual and corporate income taxes.
Wyoming spends $9.3 billion every two years. Just where does all that money go, and what does it say about Wyoming’s values?