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.
Permanent Mineral Trust
Samuel Western writes that Wyoming is America’s monolith of demographic, educational, political, and economic monoculture — and monocultures collapse.
Sen. Charlie Scott (R) says the conservative management of Wyoming’s Permanent Mineral Trust Fund has served us well for decades, and helps keep taxes low.
How successful can Wyoming's partisan Senate delegation be when the federal government has shown an increasing willingness to take away mineral funds?
The company seeking to build the nation’s first coal-to-gasoline plant in Wyoming has trimmed its request for taxpayer-backed bonds — allowing them to bypass legislative approval and rely only on approval of Carbon County, the State Treasurer and Gov. Matt Mead.