Where school choice is not part of the equation

By   /  February 23, 2017  /  Education Blog, Wyoming  /  No Comments

The 74 reports on “where school choice isn’t an option” — Arvada, Wyoming, population 43, a town that has one teacher for 10 kids. For schools like the one in Arvada, in northeastern Wyoming, arcane debates about federal education policy seem a world away. But they’re not. “Nationally, as a focus on the federal level […]

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Internet tax plan would burden Wyoming’s businesses

By   /  January 23, 2017  /  Commentary, Taxes, Wyoming  /  No Comments

No state voted more lopsidedly for the 2016 Republican presidential candidate than Wyoming, where voters gave President Donald Trump the nod with more than 68 percent of the vote compared to Hillary Clinton’s 22 percent. Clearly, Cowboy State voters are ready for a change in the way the nation is governed and are tired of […]

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Wyoming charity care concerns not easily fixed by Medicaid

By   /  March 2, 2016  /  Health Care, News, Wyoming  /  No Comments

Wyoming hospitals want the state to expand Medicaid to help with uncompensated care costs, but a large portion of those costs come from the state’s existing Medicaid program.

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Updated: Wyoming man challenges outrageous EPA fines

By   /  August 28, 2015  /  Energy and Environment, Federal Government, Issues, Judiciary, National, News, Power Abuse, Wyoming  /  No Comments

Screen shot of video provided by Pacific Legal Foundation

A rancher is taking the EPA to court, asking a judge to stop the agency from fining him more than $16 million because he built a small pond on his property.

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States heading in different directions on EPA’s Clean Power Plan

By   /  July 14, 2015  /  Energy and Environment, Federal Government, National, News, Wyoming  /  No Comments

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The soon-to-be-finalized Clean Power Plan from the EPA has divided some states.

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