A recent report on Wyoming revenue projections is being characterized as a major shortfall, but money still flows into savings accounts.
Consensus REvenue estimating group
All told, the state today collects at least half a billion dollars less in coal revenue each year than a decade ago. WyoFile breaks down the numbers.
The Revenue Committee won't raise taxes and the school finance committee won't adopt a funding formula it paid a consultant to create. Welcome to Wyoming!
A largely unnoticed and complex piece of legislation passed last session freed $150 million for the education budget
Gov. Mead released his spending proposal today, which includes $159 million in cuts for the 2016 biennium, and borrowing $448 million from the "rainy day" fund for 2017-2018.