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Let the Zombie Abandoned Buildings Bill Rest in Peace

Halloween has passed, but it seems zombie bills come back again. One example is Representative Byrd’s Abandoned Buildings bill from the Wyoming Legislature’s 2015 General Session. The abandoned buildings bill was a direct attack on owners of historic buildings in downtown Cheyenne who have struggled for years to find profitable tenants to fill their buildings. The House Corporations Committee rightly killed the bill last session, but like all good zombies, it came back again.

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Maureen Bader and Chuck Gray discuss Governor Mead’s Business Forum in Cheyenne

Maureen Bader and Chuck Gray discuss Governor Mead’s Business Forum in Cheyenne this week and the legislative panel’s discussion of possible strategies to deal with the budget deficit. From raiding the Rainy Day Fund to digging holes and filling them up again, our elected officials skirt around the need for fundamental reform. November 18, 2015

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Utopia or Reality in Education?

Great American men of letters like Russell Kirk and M.E. Bradford have written much about the contrast between those who favor human realities and those who wish to impose utopias on human society.  While we are tempted to consign these considerations to the dusty shelves of aging libraries, we do so at our peril.  Government utopias are phony constructs that cost taxpayers and citizens dearly; they leave in their wake decades of destruction, as history has shown us.

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The Herschler Question – To Be or Not to Be

The Capitol Renovation Oversight Group met once again discussed alternative designs for the Herschler building renovation and their budget implications. Although briefly mentioned, the option to leave the Herschler renovation for another day went disregarded.

The Herschler renovation may still go the way of the Dodo should project costs continue to rise.

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Amy Edmonds and Chuck Gray discuss whether the supplemental budget violates the Wyoming Constitution by going beyond, way beyond, covering the ordinary expenses of the state, on KVOC

Amy Edmonds and Chuck Gray discuss whether the supplemental budget violates the Wyoming Constitution by going beyond, way beyond, covering the ordinary expenses of the state, on KVOC. November 4, 2015

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The Health Committee Paves the Way for Affordable Healthcare

In a moment of bipartisan wisdom, the Labor, Health, and Social Services Committee sponsored legislation allowing out-of-state nurses to practice in Wyoming. Like many states, Wyoming bars nurses not licensed by our nursing board to practice here. The status quo restricts the supply of nurses, preventing patients from accessing thousands of qualified nurses, not to mention raising healthcare costs. The committee’s members took a decisive step towards expanding healthcare access in the state of Wyoming.

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WinHealth and its Lesson for Medicaid Expansion in Wyoming

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