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Instead of "Who" Let's Ask "What"

Maureen Bader talks to John Birbari on KVOW Riverton Radio about Wyoming's spending blowout to buy your votes. Now that minerals industry revenue is on the decline, politiicans are scrambling around to find a way to maintain the illusion of free stuff. But instead of asking "who" will pay for it all, we need to start looking at "what" we are paying for. Politicians can always come up with an answer for "who" but the results are unlikely to pan out. Find out why in this interview. 

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Capital Construction Funding Funny Business

Maureen Bader and Gary Freeman talk about the apparent laundering of Abandon Mine Land Funds through the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the warning by Cynthia Lummis that Washington is watching, on KGAB 650 am Radio Cheyenne. The inappropriate use of AML funds last time was one reason why the funds were pulled. 

 

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Capital Construction Boondoggles and the Wyoming Budget

Maureen Bader joins John Birbari on KVOW Riverton Radio to discuss Wyoming's Capital Construction budget, how some politicians seem to think providing employment opportunities for the construction industry is a role of government, and what some people are trying to do to rein in the out-of-control spending on construction. 

 

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Veto and Override - A Power Struggle at the Wyoming Legislature

After months of review and mammoth change, the Wyoming legislature sent Governor Mead’s budget back to him for his signature. When the governor sent it back – signed – it had more line item vetoes than ever before.

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Clean Power Plan Status in Wyoming

We won. The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will not spend any money on the Clean Power Plan (CPP) until the Supreme Court's stay on the CCP is lifted, if ever.

Here, for the terminally curious, is the longer version.

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Capitol Cost Overrun Remains Transparent

Sultan of the Taj Mahal Reigned In

The Taj Mahal was lavishly constructed as a mausoleum to bury the favorite wife of a Sultan.  

In a similarly excessive approach, some senators with a “spare no expense” mindset are working to return the Wyoming Capitol to its former historic glory. Undeterred by the fiscal crisis, one senate visionary advocated adding a $3 million center for tourists at the Capitol. With the Capitol budget on the brink of the $300 million line in the sand set by Governor Mead, this senate visionary sought to bury this $3 million cost overrun in another budget.

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Capitol Renovation Budget Transparency Maintained - For Now

Certain very powerful senators tried to bury the cost overruns of their favorite boondoggle, the Wyoming Capitol building. Fortunately for Wyoming taxpayers, they have been reigned in.

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