At a meeting of key legislative committees, the powerful Senate president said he remained opposed to taxes. Does he speak for Wyoming?
Michael Von Flatern
If a coal company creates the jobs it’s promised, would it benefit or tax the state?
Resurrection of decades-old idea won’t fly in the face of cheap rail transport, estimates suggest.
Lawmakers want to end a law that allows energy companies to earn millions of dollars in interest on mineral taxes owed to the state.
Wyoming lawmakers amended the budget to increase teacher pay and reject additional money for Highway 59. They also debated money for a Laramie golf course.