Lawmakers are working out how to bring Wyoming’s investments in house to save on million dollar management fees
Wyoming House lawmakers, worried that energy companies might get a leg up on agricultural interests, led opposition to the controversial “critical infrastructure” bill on the chamber floor.
The Revenue Committee won't raise taxes and the school finance committee won't adopt a funding formula it paid a consultant to create. Welcome to Wyoming!
Lawmakers drew heavily on savings to write the state’s two-year budget. Big cuts were largely avoided but some programs took hits.
The Joint Appropriations Committee will consider a bill in December that could redirect money away from the Permanent Mineral Trust Fund.