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K-12 Funding Crisis Looms Large as Wyoming Lawmakers Convene

Funding for Wyoming K-12 education faces a $400 million annual shortfall due to falling tax revenues amid weak markets for coal, oil and natural gas.

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Subcommittee Releases Potential Education Funding Solutions

The Subcommittee says Wyoming is faced with a budget phenomenon known as a “double-whammy,”- mineral prices and production are in decline, but the State is still required to provide the same level of education goods and services previously maintained by the energy economy.

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Legislature Wants New Approach to Wyoming School Funding

The Joint Education Interim Committee on Monday decided to drop three proposed bills that would have cut tens of million in education funding.

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UW Receives Funding for Carbon Capture and Storage Projects

UW Associate Vice President for Communications Chad Baldwin said that the research is essential in providing a future for the Wyoming coal industry.

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Wyoming Governor: Budget Shortfall Largely Due to Savings Requirement

The Governor told a press conference Monday that he will not submit further budget reductions before the 2017 legislative session convenes.

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Wyoming to Open New Schools Worth $282M

Laramie High School will be the first of the six new schools to open, with the ribbon-cutting on August 11. The new LHS received nearly $80.3 million in state funding.

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Cloud-based Data Systems to Replace Outdated Platforms at UW

The program will cost a total of $30 million over roughly three years and will be funded by a legislative appropriation and internal reallocations by the university.

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State Board Approves Funding for Bright Agrotech Headquarters in Laramie

The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance plans on recouping $695,000 in lease payments from Bright Agrotech, and will put those funds toward future economic development opportunities.

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Balow Testifies in Washington

State Superintendent Jillian Balow testified today at a legislative hearing.

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Funding Recommended for New Bright Agrotech Headquarters in Laramie

The new headquarters would be built on a 3.85-acre lot in the Laramie River Business Park, provided by the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance.

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