All told, the state today collects at least half a billion dollars less in coal revenue each year than a decade ago. WyoFile breaks down the numbers.
As the state resolves a $400 million loss to education funding, lawmakers must remember their responsibilities.
As talk turns to Wyoming’s tax structure, an old photograph reminds us of two who helped change the face of the state’s revenue stream.
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.
Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center recently posted this opinion piece on its website regarding the severance tax, the fuel tax, and the need to find funding for Wyoming’s highways and roads:New severance tax needed to support state highways