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Panel Advances Bills to Cut $16M From Wyoming Schools

The bill will go before the full Legislature when it meets early next year.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider Tax Increase for Tourism

The panel will vote next month on whether to submit the proposal to the full Legislature next February.

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Funding for Wyoming Park on a Former Nuclear Missile Site Debated

The new park could open as soon as next year.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Recommend Diverting Money for School Maintenance

The full Legislature, which meets next year, will have the final say in the matter.

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Wyoming Revenue Forecast Shows Small Gains

State general fund revenue estimates for the 2017-2018 biennium would be about 19 percent lower than 2013-2014.

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Report Identifies More Than $200 Million Wyoming Could Save

Between $112 million and $227 million could be saved in each two-year budget cycle.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Eye Bigger Classes to Address Shortfall

State officials testified about class sizes before the Legislature's Select Committee on School Facilities in Casper on Tuesday.

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Wyoming Teacher Training at Risk of Losing Funding

The federal budget for Title II had been around $2 billion. The cut would annihilate that completely for the 2018 fiscal year.

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Laramie City Council to Discuss Economic Future Amid Budget Shortfall

Summerville said while the city council usually holds a meeting every year regarding economic development, this year is particularly important because of the significant change in the city’s funding.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Consider ‘Menu’ of New Taxes

Committee co-chairman Rep. Mike Madden, of Buffalo, says not all the proposals are going to move forward.

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