Opinionby Wyoming is no longer facing a $1 billion budget deficit, creating the chance — but removing the political will — to break the boom-bust cycle.
Analysisby Coal company’s Chapter 11 filing could short Lincoln County of more than $9 million in unpaid mineral taxes.
Longtime senator Ray Peterson lost his primary reelection bid last week in a coup by educators, leaving the revenue committee without veteran leadership at a critical point
The Joint Revenue Committee is finally talking about possibly instituting individual and corporate state income taxes, but it’s far from committed to the idea.
Under Wyoming’s current tax structure, growing the state’s non-resource based industries would cost the state money, economists say.