Congressional act won’t bring any short-term fixes to Wyoming’s coal communities, Dodson writes.
Members of the Wyoming House and Senate have embraced divergent approaches on the budget and education funding, setting the stage for further conflict.
In a rebuttal to a Drake column, Terrence Manning defends carbon capture technology as a worthwhile venture for Wyoming.
New laws will affect energy companies, utilities, a proposed massive land purchase and the state’s education system.
The House on Friday passed a Gov. Mark Gordon-backed bill that would subsidize carbon capture projects through Wyoming residents’ electrical bills, without the original $1 billion subsidy limit.