Opinionby Wyoming is no longer facing a $1 billion budget deficit, creating the chance — but removing the political will — to break the boom-bust cycle.
Better than expected 2018 revenues and upgraded 2019-20 projections add $958 million to state balance sheets ahead of legislative session.
Lawmakers are working out how to bring Wyoming’s investments in house to save on million dollar management fees
Gov. Matt Mead supports smaller cuts, spending from savings and diverting investment income to fund schools.
A largely unnoticed and complex piece of legislation passed last session freed $150 million for the education budget