The majority of the state legislators and many members of the public who attended the start of the 66th Wyoming Legislature in the state Capitol defied Gov. Gordon’s face covering order.
Lawmakers convene Tuesday for an unusual one-day virtual session before returning over the coming three to four months — if leadership can hold off an expected challenge from the right.
Rejecting state income tax lets Wyoming’s wealthiest residents off the hook at expense of most vulnerable citizens, Drake writes.
The Wyoming Public Service Commission hears the fears and resentments of energy transition casualties in Kemmerer and Rock Springs.
Wyoming Lawmakers eye measures meant to prop up coal, but some observers say they could upend the entire electric utility system. Power suppliers are expected to fight the proposed legislation.