Wyoming has more than its fair share special-interest tax exemptions, and they cost the state millions it can no longer afford.
A new legislative panel convened to insulate Wyo from firm collapses has an important mandate and a trove of hard-won lessons available to it.
The Legislature is considering broadening the tax base, but drawing food into the revenue net would disproportionately hurt lower income residents.
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.