Your daily dose of the numbers and other developments regarding the coronavirus pandemic in Wyoming.
As state lawmakers look toward special sessions, guest columnist Larry Wolfe writes, they need to adapt to a new set of realities.
Wyoming will face “a lot of new realities,” even after the pandemic ebbs, Gov. Mark Gordon said Wednesday. Among those are drastically reduced state budgets.
Priorities for the new panel include securing unpaid taxes, enabling attorney general to assist counties in bankruptcy court and stopping companies from ditching their obligations to workers.
Management Council votes by email to study housing spent nuclear fuel at Gas Hills, Shirley Basin to bring what a state senator says could be $1 billion a year.