Lawmakers have no plans to deal with a looming funding crisis for Wyoming’s food-for-the-needy programs which will run out of money in February and March if the federal shutdown continues.
A yellow school bus picked up lawmakers from the temporary capitol Thursday for a field trip to survey maintenance woes at local schools.
Making bad budgetary decisions is one thing, but refusing to deal with the consequences of those decisions is unforgivable.
Wyoming supplemental budget relies on savings, investment returns. Legislature eyes $8 million increase in ongoing spending, $278 million in projects.