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Medicaid's Imminent Fiscal Crisis

Charlie Katebi and Glenn Woods of Boldrepublic.com discuss the Department of Health’s looming spending cuts and how they’ll effect patients on Medicaid.

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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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Backyard Chickens and Property Rights

Boyd Wiggam and Glenn Woods discuss backyard chickens, local regulation, and the delicate balance of property rights among neighboring property owners.

 

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Legacy Savings Pay for Corporate Welfare

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods discuss the use of the Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund to pay for subsidized loans to private business. During a time when we have legislative committees talking about new taxes, the last thing the people of Wyoming should be forced fund are handouts to private businesses. 

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Legislative Leadership's Pure Power Play Over Committees

Boyd Wiggam and Glenn Woods of Boldrepublic.com discuss the recent effort by Wyoming legislative leadership to limit access for to research and information from the Legislative Service Office other members of the legislature.

 

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Benefits and Burdens of a Balanced Budget Amendment

Charlie Katebi and Glenn Woods of Boldrepublic.com discuss recent efforts by state legislatures to add a Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution and the impact it would have on our fiscal future.

 

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Wind Power Field of Dreams

The Wyoming wind production tax revenue fell by 15 percent between 2014 and 2015. So much for alternative revenue sources. 

 

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