Wyoming Liberty Group
Spending continues to increase. The big spenders want:
WyoFlot – a state government airline system ($80-$100 million)
Workforce Development ($50 million)
Even more for already a costly school bureaucracy
(with NO Academic Improvement for our kids!)
Wyoming K-12 school personnel reportedly feel they’ve been required to “teach to the test” for a number of years now. Our previous article documented how, overall, the state is not excelling at doing that though a few individual school districts scoring well and a handful are showing improvement. This article focuses on the improvement (or lack of it) districts posted regardless of their overall level of achievement. It uses Wyoming’s PAWS (Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students) data so we’re talking only about our kids, our schools and our test.
“It’s complicated!” That is how one of our legislators – who has advanced degrees in scientific fields – recently described our K-12 education funding model. It was a remarkable understatement, made during debate about reducing the cost of the system. We face huge projected funding shortfalls which require cost reductions.
As President Obama prepares to leave the oval office, Senate Republicans started a parliamentary process called budget reconciliation to repeal key pieces of his healthcare law.
Donald Trump is serious about wresting control of our healthcare system away from the federal government and giving power back to patients, and he just showed it by naming Rep. Tom Price to head the Department of Health and Human Services.
President-elect Donald Trump promises to repeal and replace Obamacare. What does this mean for patients, doctors, and taxpayers? Charlie Katebi and KGAB's Gary Freeman discuss Trump's healthcare agenda and the future of healthcare in Wyoming.
Last week marked the fourth and most likely the last year that the federal healthcare exchanges will sell insurance under the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. That’s because Republican Presidential-elect Donald Trump vows to repeal Obamacare during his first hundred days in office and jumpstart real healthcare reform.