A state senator accused opponents of perpetuating falsehoods to defeat the measure during eight-hour meeting. WyoFile dissects those talking points.
Medicaid expansion, a proposal that failed again in 2021, will be subject to further study this summer. Lawmakers will also look at new revenues, charter schools, education funding and other topics.
Rejecting state income tax lets Wyoming’s wealthiest residents off the hook at expense of most vulnerable citizens, Drake writes.
Despite opponents’ protests that the public had no chance for input, the Senate advanced a bill to grant business owners immunity from civil lawsuits by someone who contracted COVID-19 in the business.
The Legislature will debate four bills to spend $500 million over two days beginning May 15. Advocates and at least one lawmaker worry transparency got overlooked.