The coal industry's downturn has cost the state of Wyoming nearly a third its budget. What happens if other carbon-based industries follow it down?

Climate change creeps into Wyo Legislature tax reform talks

The Revenue Committee’s co-chair asked tax reform opponents: What happens if Wyoming continues to depend on revenues from carbon-based minerals while the rest of the world moves away from them?
Wyomingites have fought for years against state takeover of federal public lands.

Wyoming lawmakers’ push to seize control over environmental review process on federal lands echoes public land transfer fight

After failing in 2017 to lay the groundwork for wholesale state seizure of federal public lands, Wyoming lawmakers are working to take control of the “NEPA” process that governs new mining development on BLM and National Forest lands within the state.
PFLAG's Casper chapter helps support the city's annual Pride celebration.

PFLAG's decades-long history of LGBTQ advocacy and support in Wyoming continues

PFLAG is the nation's oldest and largest organization that unites parents and allies with the LGBTQ community. Chapters currently operate in four Wyoming towns. They provide support, community education, and advocacy—and more of them are forming.
The Wyoming Legislature chose democracy over the demands of the state's ultra-dominant party.

Lawmakers defeat a slew of proposals to limit Wyoming voting rights—2019 Legislative recap

High drama, backroom tactics, zombie bills, and thwarted agendas all accompanied failed efforts to chip away at voting rights in Wyoming.