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Local Government Tax Increases Get Little Traction

The state of Wyoming is wrestling with the growing gap between state spending and state revenue. Fortunately during its last meeting, Wyoming’s Revenue Committee showed an understanding of the effects of a tax increase on the fragile Wyoming economy.  The committee discussed the issue of declining revenue for local governments and two options to fill the gap. Both tax grabs got little traction.  What state politicians and taxpayers must now demand is local government reform.

 

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Maureen Bader
Thank you Al for this information. The Wyoming Business Council does little if any followup on its handouts and it looks like it h... Read More
Friday, 17 June 2016 09:46
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Solutions to the Construction Funding Dilemma

Maureen Bader and John Birbari from KVOW Riverton Radio talk about the revenue shortfall and what the Revenue Committee may do about it. If those who think a government bloated by a decade of mineral tax revenue windfall get their way, grab your wallet and run for the hills!

 

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Revenue Committee Considers Tax Hikes

As minerals industry tax revenue plummets, politicans face a choice. Cut spending or raise taxes. What is Wyoming's Revenue Committee talking about - you guessed it - Tax Hikes!  But shifting the burden of a bloated government to the people of Wyoming will only make matters worse. It is time to cut government spending back to a level remaining taxpayers are willing and able to fund. 

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Wyoming Budget Update - Local Government Funding

The $105 million local government funding budget is state aid funded entirely from a rainy day fund raid. Time to grab your wallet and rund for the hills. 

 

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