Lawmakers have new company to help squash tax measures, slash education and state agency funding.
Wyoming needs schools, roads, hospitals and other basic public services, writes guest columnist Nate Martin. And it’s time to move past the belief that we can have them without paying taxes.
Drake ponders the head-scratching news that a UW swimming pool proposal derailed $162 million worth of new projects in the state.
As the reality of coal revenue’s irreversible retreat sets in, discussions of how to otherwise fund state government grow more prominent, somber and difficult.
Nearly every leading lawmaker is backing a bill to raise $45 million a year for schools by imposing income tax on out-of-state corporations