Gov. Mark Gordon was right to veto $250,000 for suing Washington State, even if he still thinks it’s state’s job to prop up minerals industry
Local control argument falls to desire to exempt private schools from county zoning plans like public schools.
Romance bloomed between corporate lobbyists and anti-tax activists at a Valentine’s Day hearing of a corporate income tax bill.
Lax disclosure requirements, “class” membership exemptions and colleague pressure make Wyoming legislative recusals few and far between.
A spike in requests for fiscal data has left some lawmakers concerned that an “ad hoc appropriations committee” may have grown from Republican intra-party divisions.