Fireworks fly between a legislative committee and a state office as they squabble over revenue proposals.
Wind industry's threat to pull the plug on investments if taxes are hiked seems like a bunch of hot air.
On the issue of healthcare reform, the governor didn't take a firm stand on whether or not to pursue an optional expansion to the state's Medicaid program.
From now until early March, Wyoming's capitol becomes a hive of activity. Check Capitol Beat for short updates and weekly coverage.
The $40 million plant will manufacture about 300 wind towers annually and employ about 150 workers, according to the companies. The manufacturing plant may help reduce project development costs for companies planning to develop wind farms in the region, which in turn could bolster the economics of building large interstate electrical transmission lines from Wyoming to metropolitan areas of the West. “You’re just in a great spot for future growth,” Worthington Global Group president Ralph Roberts said during a press conference in Cheyenne this morning.