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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Fearful of proposing new revenues, State Senator uses fake math to argue for education cuts

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Amidst education funding crisis, Wyoming cities remind Legislature that they’re broke, too

A legislative committee has agreed to draft a bill that would provide $105 million to local governments for the next biennium, the same amount they …

Wyoming travel industry wants a new tourism tax so it can invest in and pay for itself

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Lawmaker proposes to divert mineral tax revenues from savings accounts and use them to fund education instead

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Smoke ’em if ya got ’em: Tobacco lobbyists bamboozle legislators and score a victory for their industry

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Lawmakers, assured tax bills will fail, vote to move tax bills forward

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Thanks to Wyoming’s Constitution, a state income tax would raise significant revenues while mostly affecting the rich

One of the main reasons Wyomingites oppose a state income tax is the long-held belief that average folks would have to pay much more of …