The state stands to gain millions if the hotly-debated infrastructure package working its way through Congress passes. The state has ideas of how to spend the windfall on much needed projects. Wyoming’s federal delegation, however, has problems with the current legislation.
Most midterm candidates seem to be running on a platform of partisan purity, which is exactly what the political parties want, Dodson writes.
Senator’s backing of the former president over his Wyoming colleague, Drake writes, is a profile in political cowardice.
The spate of legal actions Wyoming has launched to protect fossil fuel interests, writes Don Jones, doesn’t reflect the values of its citizens, but instead aims to protect the interests of a few.
Federal dollars have bailed Wyoming out of its biggest budget issues, for now.