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Enzi Urges Senators to Support A 2-Year Budget Bill

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, (R-WY) drafted a letter seeking the support of every U.S. Senator for S. 625, the Biennial Appropriations Act.

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Mead Appeals Oregon Decision to Reject Coal

Wyoming wants to export through Oregon, and that request has been rejected.

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Wyoming Gas Prices Drop Slightly But Still Above national Average

But oil prices are dropping, so the trend should accelerate.

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Hiring Slowed a Bit Last Month

But despite a slower job market, unemployment still went down.

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August Auto Sales Continue to Surge

Auto sales for August continue strong with Chrysler and Nissan leading the way.

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Gas Prices in Wyoming Haven’t Moved Much in a Week

Not much movement right now, but soon, prices will drop.

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IRS Warns that Phone Scam is Spreading

Now the phone scammers want your IRS information.

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Category: Economy, National News
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WalletHub: Wyoming Ranks Last In Gender Equality

Hawaii ranked number one, while Wyoming was ranked last. The United States ranked 23rd on the Global Gender Gap Index.

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Demonstrations at Federal Reserve Meeting in Jackson Hole

Fed meeting picketed by those who want to emphasize the people left behind in the recovery.

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State Jobless Rate Increases

Wyoming's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased from 4.0% in June to 4.4% in July, according to a new report from the state Department of Research & Planning.

Senior Economist David Bullard says he was surprised by the jump because it seems to be inconsistent with other statistics, including claims for  unemployment insurance, which have actually been decreasing in the state.

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