Wyoming stories are often filmed elsewhere. A proposed film subsidy could change that, bringing associated jobs and economic activity, industry experts say.
New revenue estimates showed Wyoming’s budget recovering lost ground from the pandemic. However, its growth is still slower than most other states.
Wyoming’s mineral-dependent tax structure has long ensured that economic diversification produces a net loss for the state. The pandemic-inspired work-from-home movement is exacerbating the problem.
Economist, budget maven and longtime Rep. Mike Madden lays bare the Gordian Knot of intertwined fiscal challenges facing Wyoming.
Despite the early endorsement of Republican leadership, property and sales tax bills appear dead before seeing the light of day.