Wyoming’s top elected officials were sworn in at the state Capitol on Monday, including first-term Secretary of State Chuck Gray and Gov. Mark Gordon for a second term.
The start of the 2023 political season begins early Monday with a traditional Prayer Breakfast followed by a swearing in ceremony and ending with the Inaugural Gala.
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The Wyoming Board of Land Commissioners filed a lawsuit against the Teton County Commission, asking a district court to block the county from enforcing land-use restrictions against businesses that have won permits to develop on state trust lands.
Gov Mark Gordon has asked for a review of the social media platform TikTok. Some other Republican governors have banned their state agencies from using it due to concerns it could be gathering intelligence for China.
Gov. Mark Gordon is replacing retiring Chief of Staff Buck McVeigh with Drew Perkins, a longtime state senator, from Casper.
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Despite catastrophic water failure and facing $20 million in critical infrastructure improvements, a $7 million request from the city of Rawlins was declined. Saratoga, meanwhile, received nearly $1 million.
As Wyoming lawmakers consider “islands of deregulation” for power customers, an energy advisor said Thursday that deregulation was a common thread for states with the highest-priced electricity.
As PayPal backtracks on its policy that it would pull $2,500 from users’ accounts for spreading ‘misinformation,’ Wyoming’s Treasurer and Auditor say they don’t use the service anyway.
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Almost one-quarter of Wyoming’s civilian workers were employed by local, state or federal government entities in 2020, according to a new state report.
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Gov. Mark Gordon’s release of his budget proposal for the 2021-22 biennium on Monday came with a recognition of the declining fortunes of Wyoming’s mineral sector.
Sales taxes, investment income, oil severance taxes and federal mineral royalties are proving to be the saving grace for state coffers, according to a recent report, but the overall revenue picture for Wyoming remains bleak.