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
Is it logical to maintain the imbalance where one industry funds 70 percent of the services for the entire populace?
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.
(Opinion column) — Wyoming, we have a problem. A $1.3 billion problem.
And that’s just the total budget shortfall legislators are staring at over the next three years to fund state government and education. If the energy industry takes even