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New Report Warns of Worsening Revenue Outlook

Maureen and KVOC's Chuck Gray analyse the April 2016 CREG report in this radio interview. The revenue shortfall for 2016 identified in the report could potentially be much worse, and the outlook for the 2017-18 biennial budget dims every day. What was Governor Mead's response and what might we expect in the future?

 

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Medicaid Expansion Failure A Win for Wyoming

Amy Edmonds speaks with Senior Health Care Analyst Charlie Katebi about why the failure of Medicaid Expansion was a good thing for Wyoming citizens.  Katebi points out the weak arguments by those who supported expansion and tells us why waiting has helped Wyoming to see what expansion has done in other states.  Their budgets woes are a lesson learned for Wyoming.  Listen to this new podcast and learn more about why expansion will never be the right thing to do for Wyoming. 

 

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How to Sunset Big Government

In civics 101, we learn how government works. Voters elect legislators, legislators pass bills, and bills become law. This side of government is transparent and accountable. But there is another side of government that is far less accountable.

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Wyoming Budget Update - We Don't Need the One Percent Account

The Wyoming budget was broken up into a number of parts. In addition to the general appropriations bill we also had the State Capital Construction Bill and the Local Government aid bills. None of these other bills have gone to the governor yet.

How has the entire budget changed as it moved through the budget session and how has that effected the rainy day fund raid and the need to steal from future generations?

 

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Wyoming Legislator Frugality Scorecard Shows Mixed Performance

CHEYENNE, WY: The Wyoming Liberty Group released its Budget Frugality Scorecard today, which measures whether Wyoming legislators voted to increase or decrease the general appropriations budget through the budget amendment process. A Frugality Score measures the willingness of legislators to increase or decrease Wyoming’s deficit.

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Frugality Scorecard and the Laramie County Legislators

Maureen Bader and Gary Freeman talk about the Wyoming Frugality Scorecard and whether Laramie County legislators voted for a bigger rainy day fund raid or to reduce the rainy day fund raid now in the Wyoming budget. 

 

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Accountability and Transparency at the Wyoming Legislature

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods discuss the Frugality Scorecard and the results for Campbell County legislators. Although the overall scorecard for Campbell County looks very pink, two very solid frugal legislators, Scott Clem and Roy Edwards, create a strong green-for-good block to the results.

 

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