Wyoming grants sales tax exemptions to boost economic development but loses revenue and sees no big job benefits.
Wyoming revenue may slide 23 percent as the mineral economy slows, according to this week’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Group report.
Wyoming spends $9.3 billion every two years. Just where does all that money go, and what does it say about Wyoming’s values?
Wyoming is inordinately reliant on mineral extraction for state revenue, and now must consider big budget changes in energy slump.