Bonnie, a grocery store clerk in Douglas, pays a far higher tax rate than any Jackson billionaire
Rep. David Miller knows the solution to Wyoming's revenue problem. But he'd rather not pay for anything himself.

Miller: The solution is a state income tax (but...)

Rep. David Miller knows a state income tax would largely solve Wyoming's revenue problems. But he'd rather shackle the state even more securely to boom-and-bust mining industries.
Mining provides the lion's share of Wyoming's tax revenue. But even the deepest budget cuts in more than a decade aren't enough to keep up with the busts.

Wyoming’s budget is the smallest it has been in 15 years. We still need new revenues.

The deepest cuts in more than a decade couldn't fix Wyoming's "structural deficit." When will lawmakers realize more cuts aren't the answer?
Senate President Eli Bebout watches as his proposed tax break for oil and gas companies goes up in flames.

House Revenue Committee kills oil and gas tax break

The proposal was sponsored by Eli Bebout, who's the president of both the Wyoming State Senate and Nucor Oil and Gas, LLC.

Senate passes oil and gas tax break while Wyoming faces a budget crisis

The Senate's cuts to education are apparently their way of paying for tax breaks for oil and gas companies.
Sen. President Eli Bebout on site for his oil and gas company, Nucor, LLC.

Senate panel can’t move fast enough to give oil industry a tax break

The tax break would benefit oil company CEOs like the bill's co-sponsor, Senate President Eli Bebout.

Lawmakers bury tax reform chances, while the need for tax reform remains very alive

No bill to raise revenues survived the first week of the 2018 Legislative session. This means Wyoming will continue to suckle at the teat of the mineral industry, and lawmakers will have no tools to balance the budget other than further cuts.
Wyoming's Permanent Mineral Trust Fund contains roughly $7 billion. It continues to fill even fuller as lawmakers try to slash hundreds of millions of dollars from public education funding.

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

Wyoming lawmakers who want to cut public education talk like…
Mike Moser (L) and Buck McVeigh (R) are full of excuses about Wyoming shouldn't move away from its dependence on minerals

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

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The proposal would raise the tax cost on a $100,000 house by just $11 a month.

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

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Raising cigarette taxes is a popular, commonsense way to raise revenues, save money, and improve Wyoming's health

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Peterson, Curley, and who pays if Wyoming moves away from minerals

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