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Gov. Gordon RIDE Advisory Group Seeks Input Education in Wyoming
Gov. Gordon RIDE Advisory Group Seeks Input Education in Wyoming
Governor Mark Gordon’s K-12 Education advisory group has recently released a short survey seeking input and ideas from Wyoming residents on how to create the ideal education system for the future of the state. Announced in May 2021, the R (RIDE) Advisory Group is tasked to study and develop recommendations for elevating Wyoming’s primary and secondary education system into a position of national l
Wyoming Governor Comments on Biden's Moratorium on Oil
Wyoming Governor Comments on Biden's Moratorium on Oil
Governor Mark Gordon has recently responded to the release from the Department of the Interior on Friday in which they report on federal oil and gas leasing and permitting. The Governor has forcefully noted that this unnecessary review was used as an excuse for the Biden Administration’s illegal moratorium on oil and gas leasing on federal lands. The Governor’...
Gov. Gordon Releases New Budget to Reduce Future Cuts
Gov. Gordon Releases New Budget to Reduce Future Cuts
Governor Mark Gordon has recently released a balanced budget for the next two fiscal years. In the budget proposal, the Governor calls for saving excess revenues to guard against future revenue challenges. He also notes that future revenues are forecast to decline because Wyoming’s leading industries continue to be targeted by the Biden Administration. Governor Go...
Gov. Gordon Critical of Federal Budget Reconciliation Bill
Gov. Gordon Critical of Federal Budget Reconciliation Bill
Governor Mark Gordon has issued a statement in which he states his opinion on the federal budget reconciliation bill, which contains numerous proposals that would negatively impact Wyoming’s coal, oil, and natural gas industries.   The Governor’s statement is as follows: "Unfortunately, when it comes to energy policy, the proposed reconciliation bill is more of the same old anti-fossil fuel d

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