Downtowns and the state’s cornerstone are under the gun from a pandemic response that necessitates curtailing economic activity. Economists predict prolonged impacts.
Two current coal protectionist measures that defy free market capitalism could be the most inane pair of bills ever concocted by Wyoming legislators.
Bill backed by Gov. Mark Gordon forces utilities to implement carbon capture but allows them to pass costs on to consumers’ electrical bills.
In Oct., WyoFile reported the Public Services Commission sent copied language from coal industry lobbyists to federal utility regulators. New documents reveal the governor’s office’s involvement
Powder River Basin royalty delinquencies are an ominous sign for the state’s funding model and a trial for budgeters in the upcoming legislative session.