The House and Senate are fighting about education’s budget — again — and the creation of an “advisory committee” has become the latest front.
Lawmakers balanced the budget on the backs of the poor, yet again, by failing to fund an emergency food pantry measure and the Tax Refund for the Elderly and Disabled program.
Two short-sighted state senators almost scuttled a bill to allow people to produce, process and possess hemp in Wyoming
$80 million separates the House and Senate versions of the supplemental budget, with much of the divide coming from education spending.
Outside experts have found targeted solutions to Wyoming’s incarceration crisis. But will legislators move them forward?