The Equality State should welcome refugees and immigrants, and also make a play for tech workers fleeing Silicon Valley.
Permanent Mineral Trust Fund
As mineral revenues drop, so to do Wyoming’s investment returns, an unusual situation that some argue calls for new investment thinking.
(Opinion column) — Wyoming, we have a problem. A $1.3 billion problem.
And that’s just the total budget shortfall legislators are staring at over the next three years to fund state government and education. If the energy industry takes even
Wyoming’s has $19 billion in savings — a handsome amount for a state of 584,000. Yet local leaders say the state lost sight of the purpose for the savings.
Gov. Mead says his supplemental budget should be viewed in light of nearly $1B in savings posted in 2014, rather than a $4.4M projected shortfall.