Cheney hails Trump energy policy while Mead says he can’t wait for a revitalized fossil-fuel market but wants to diversify Wyoming’s economy now.
Gov. Mead released his spending proposal today, which includes $159 million in cuts for the 2016 biennium, and borrowing $448 million from the "rainy day" fund for 2017-2018.
A budget shortfall should be manageable if Wyoming looks at all of its potential revenue sources and uses them wisely.
Wyoming spends $9.3 billion every two years. Just where does all that money go, and what does it say about Wyoming’s values?
The last-minute amendment to block Next Generation Science Standards should have been a stand-alone bill.