- Liberty Forum
March 11, 2014, 6:00 pm
Our fiscal future was at stake during the 2015-2016 budget session. Did our legislature leave Wyoming with a legacy of debt and higher taxes?
Come and find out when a panel of WyLiberty staff members review the most significant legislative wins and losses that happened during the session.
- Liberty Forum
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Author Archives: Maureen Bader
The current budget session mood is to spend more and shift costs instead of giving the Wyoming economy relief from too much government. Shifting costs might sound like a good idea to unions, environmentalists and department bureaucrats, it leaves everyone else open to a government that suffocates the private sector. Continue reading
Had the committee taken more of an interest in this initiative, parents may have been able to avoid the violation of their children’s private information. Continue reading
Among all the talk of spending or saving the smidgen of extra money Wyoming’s government thinks it has, the concept of leaving it in the pockets of the people who earned it seems forgotten. Continue reading
The legislature has the opportunity to stem the spending tide and taxpayers are treated like more than just a wallet for the governor’s spending spree. It must reject the bureaucrat pay hike. Continue reading
In today’s State of the State address, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead repeated the list of accolades the State of Wyoming received from a variety of organizations such as the Tax Foundation to conclude that the state of the state is … Continue reading
Most homeowners seem to understand that if they make long term spending decisions based on windfall revenue, they could lose their homes. Most politicians seem to understand that if they make long term spending decisions based on windfall revenue, they’ll … Continue reading
Big surprise – not all the fuel tax increase is going to roads. Some is going to maintain snowmobile trails. Legislators have an opportunity redeem themselves for the fuel tax fudge by denying the request for more spending room and killing the fee hike bill. Continue reading
Government has no place picking winners and losers in the tax dollar hand out game. It is time for corporate welfare to come to an end. Industries should pay for their own advertising. Continue reading