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Is The City of Cheyenne Open to Business?

The Cheyenne City Council’s decision about allowing a retail liquor license owner to sell his license to Cheyenne’s Sam’s Club is about more than liquor policy. It is really a referendum on whether Cheyenne is open to business. Perhaps not. The Council Finance Committee recommends that the Council block the sale. This is a signal to investors that the City is willing to flex its muscle to protect favored locals at the expense of outside investors.

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Tax Hikes Wrong Approach to Revenue Reductions

Maureen Bader and Gary Freeman discuss the tax hikes considered by Wyoming's Revenue Committee, what they would do to the state's troubled private sector and options to ensure a growing and prosperous Wyoming.

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Beating a Path to Medicaid Reform

Wyoming originally opted into Medicaid to help low-income individuals access medical care.  But unless this entitlement undergoes systemic reforms, patients will find it harder than ever to get healthcare.

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Revenue Rout and Regime Reaction

Maureen Bader and Glenn Woods from Boldrepublic.com discuss the precipitous drop in tax revenue and the government's predictable response. But is that the only, or even best solution? Watch this short video to hear about a better way to go.

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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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Weaning Wyoming Off Welfare

Welfare was originally created as a safety-net of last resort for those unable to help themselves.  But all too often it traps otherwise productive individuals in government dependency, sapping their potential and life prospects.

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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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