The legislative session was memorable for what didn’t happen, Drake writes: No action on school finance, Medicaid expansion, new revenues.
Each year, scores of bills fail to survive the Wyoming Legislative Session. WyoFile rounds up the notable casualties of 2021.
Committee advances measure that would allow personal use and license growers and retail shops. A spectrum of luminaries, users and critics bombarded lawmakers with comments for and against.
Revenue-reducing measures typically outnumber state-income producers by a wide margin during a Wyoming legislative session, but the ratio is reversed this year.
Rejecting an attempt to double the wind generation tax was a smart move, Drake writes. The next step is to pass tax incentives to make the state’s wind developers more competitive.