Some economic events are so rare and disruptive that they fundamentally change the landscape. Economist Mike Madden examines the COVID-19 pandemic through that lens.
With all eyes on coal’s much discussed decline, another staple of the state’s energy economy has tumbled dramatically.
A recent report on Wyoming revenue projections is being characterized as a major shortfall, but money still flows into savings accounts.
Better than expected 2018 revenues and upgraded 2019-20 projections add $958 million to state balance sheets ahead of legislative session.
A largely unnoticed and complex piece of legislation passed last session freed $150 million for the education budget