There are some areas the state can’t finance with the roughly $1.3 billion it will receive from the ARP Act, but there appears to be sufficient flexibility to greatly ease the revenue crisis in Wyoming.
Wyoming GOP leadership delivered a resolution against new taxes to the Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee
Education shortfall, prison woes, mental health needs top 2017 agenda.
Wyoming’s projected deficit for 2016 has renewed debate over Wyoming's savings policies that evolved out of a long history of boom and bust.
Wyoming supplemental budget relies on savings, investment returns. Legislature eyes $8 million increase in ongoing spending, $278 million in projects.