How to cut Wyoming’s education budget shortfall in half without raising taxes or drawing money from savings

Dec. 21, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff Wyoming lawmakers who want to cut public education talk like the state is so broke they simply have …

Revenue Committee members clap back at no-taxes-ever corporate lobbyists

Dec. 20, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff The rabid anti-tax bluster spewing from the mouths of lobbyists this year is so loud and obnoxious that …

Consultants, finding no major areas for education cuts, leave lawmakers to defund Wyoming public schools on their own accord

Dec. 14, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff Surprise, surprise: The consultants hired to “Recalibrate” Wyoming’s public school funding didn’t find any wasteful bureaucracy, bloated teacher …

Just what Wyoming needs: More laws to imprison people for marijuana

Dec. 5, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff Late last month the state Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee voted to sponsor two new bills that would make …

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 …

Proposals to make strangling your wife a “violent” felony test whether anyone in Wyoming (besides the ACLU) is really serious about criminal justice reform

Nov. 30, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff Strangling your wife is not considered a “violent” crime in Wyoming. Wyoming’s laws protecting women from domestic violence …