Racines refunds nearly $8,000 the previous auditor had charged two requestors in the first and controversial public use of new rules.
Efforts to “open the books” on state spending are a step in the right direction but should not be mistaken for comprehensive reform.
After they paid $7,820, two groups followed through on threats to sue the state auditor saying she’s been too slow fulfilling their request.
They’ve paid thousands in fees and waited months, but two advocacy groups don’t have the public records they requested. Who are they, what’s the holdup and what does it mean for Wyoming's new fees for records rules?
Many lawmakers settling into Wyoming’s temporary Capitol building next week may have one eye on the state’s budget and one eye on re-election prospects.