Wyoming’s tax revenue collection has fallen farther than any state in the union except Alaska since the 2008 recession.
As the reality of coal revenue’s irreversible retreat sets in, discussions of how to otherwise fund state government grow more prominent, somber and difficult.
Most agree that Wyoming must expand and diversify its economy. So why do we struggle with laying the less politically palatable groundwork?
A decade into the hunt for a sensible wind power policy in Wyoming, a grassroots effort seeks to take the question legislators have failed to resolve directly to the people
A constitutional amendment from 1973 that has long forestalled income taxes ironically makes HB220 — a brilliant piece of legislation — politically viable.