House, Senate diverge on education cuts. Medicaid expansion advances while death penalty repeal fails to get the vote, and energy transition measure raises eyebrows.
Wyoming Education Association
Romance bloomed between corporate lobbyists and anti-tax activists at a Valentine’s Day hearing of a corporate income tax bill.
Wyoming voters should learn from their mistakes and not allow the healthcare hacks to gut public education.
More than two thirds of Wyoming voters would pay more taxes to fund K-12 education, according to a poll by the Wyoming Education Association.
As lawmakers consider declining revenue and school funding, quality of education and teacher jobs hang in the balance.