Sen. Kinskey bemoans Wyoming's 8th grade math scores while Sen. Rothfuss looks on.
Sen. Peterson attempts a heartfelt look as he describes how people are too cash-strapped with medical bills to support new revenues for education. Peterson voted against expanding Medicaid under the ACA, which would have provided health coverage for 20,000 uninsured Wyomingites and added $120 million annually to the state's coffers.

Sen. Ray Peterson pretends to care about poor people (when it fits his anti-tax agenda)

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"I don't believe that minerals are going to come back and save the day." —Sen. President Eli Bebout

Lawmakers slightly change their tunes on taxes and education

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June 20, 2017 By Better Wyoming staff The budget crunch…
This middle-income Wyoming citizen might feel rich right now, but he's taxed at a much higher rate than his actually wealthy neighbors.

Everything you know about Wyoming taxes is wrong

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The truth about Wyoming’s tax structure and how it affects…

Cookout and Speak Out for Wyoming Public Schools!

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In this multi-part series, Better Wyoming appraises longtime…
Sen. Kinskey bemoans Wyoming's 8th grade math scores while Sen. Rothfuss looks on.