The Wyoming Education Association’s political action committee gave 96% of its candidate funding to Democratic candidates for the Wyoming Legislature, all of whom are challenging Republicans for state seats.
Saying Wyoming lawmakers haven’t upheld a court mandate to provide an “unsurpassed” and equitable schools system, an educators group sued the state on Thursday.
A former state senator who was ousted from the Legislature after sponsoring a bill that threatened to cut education funding is doubling down, saying more money needs to be cut.
A legislative committee is once again studying a proposal to impose an income tax on so-called “big box” stores.
We need to be better than this, Wyoming. Media with an agenda other than fair reporting is dangerous. Unions that control elections are dangerous. We should protect openness, transparency, honesty and integrity to our political process. And certainly, the more knowledge we have, the better we are all served.
By Cowboy State Daily Support for a plan to expand eligibility for the state’s Hathaway Scholarship is being voiced by groups that have not spoken out on the scholarship program before, according to the chairman of the Senate Education Committee. SF 43, a bill that gained final Senate approval on Wednesday, would allow students taking…