For years, the University of Wyoming and the city of Laramie fought over water rights. The Legislature stepped in, raising questions about lawmakers’ commitment to local control.
A deeper look at the man who finds himself at Wyoming’s helm during its most turbulent moment in decades.
As measures empowering Gov. Mark Gordon to negotiate what might be $1B acquisition progress divisions emerge among politicos jostling for control over the purchasing process and even the eventual management of lands
As fossil-fuel income declines, draft legislation could generate more revenue for education by leasing state lands for construction projects.
Gordon allows “flawed” legislation limiting county authority to become law with an explanatory letter but not his signature. It was backed by a one-time political rival.