Stimulus extends critical spending deadlines and could aid residents and businesses and fund vaccine distributions but does not appear to include aid for state government.
The state contributes $250,000 per year in taxpayer funds to an organization that uses opaque tactics to fight coal-plant closures in other states
In Oct., WyoFile reported the Public Services Commission sent copied language from coal industry lobbyists to federal utility regulators. New documents reveal the governor’s office’s involvement
Economist, budget maven and longtime Rep. Mike Madden lays bare the Gordian Knot of intertwined fiscal challenges facing Wyoming.
Legislative panel moves to further politicize wildlife management policy and erode executive authority, creating a showdown with the governor