Constraints placed on Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund reined in its growth; now a low-return environment may cap its spending.
In the second installment of its series examining Wyoming’s sovereign wealth funds, WyoFile digs into the factors that have cost the state billions of dollars in missed returns.
Though widely touted as a successful program, analysis shows the state missed opportunities to make much more money through investment funds.
Agents in November raided the farm of two farmers who helped push statute legalizing hemp production in Wyoming, court filings in the impending case show.
The governor has a team of informal advisors — at least three of them oil-and-gas-industry heavies — helping shape a massive land and mineral purchase from Occidental