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The Cuts So Far (Part 2): Healthcare – Living (and dying) within our means

Jan. 25, 2018

By Better Wyoming staff
Over the past two years, the Wyoming State Legislature has cut hundreds of millions of dollars from state agencies and public services in response to declining mineral revenues. In a multi-part series, “The Cuts So Far,” Better Wyoming will give readers a sense of some […]

The Cuts So Far (Part 1): Introduction – “I want to see some cuts first.”

Jan. 23, 2018
By Better Wyoming staff
Over the past two years, the Wyoming State Legislature has cut hundreds of millions of dollars from state agencies and public services in response to declining mineral revenues. In this multi-part series, “The Cuts So Far,” Better Wyoming will give readers a sense of some […]

Revenue Committee to consider property tax bill to fund schools and reduce tax burden on low-income homeowners

Dec. 1, 2017

By Better Wyoming staff

The pressure is intense on the state legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee to not pass any proposals that would raise new revenues for Wyoming public schools.

On Friday, the committee’s co-chairs, Rep. Mike Madden (R-Buffalo) and Sen. Ray Peterson (R-Cowley), presented an update on their work to […]

Tell Rep. Sue Wilson that anti-LGBT discrimination has no place in domestic violence or sexual assault programs

Rep. Sue Wilson (Cheyenne) serves on the board of the Wyoming Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, which provides services for shelters and programs throughout the state.
She is also currently sponsoring an anti-LGBT bill (HB-135) that would, among other things, allow any of these shelters and programs to legally turn away […]