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Governor Mead says Wyoming In Good Shape

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he believes the state is in good shape going into the legislative budget session that starts next week.

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Gov. Mead Wants Internet Crime Funding

Gov. Matt Mead says he plans to encourage state lawmakers to put up money to continue funding an agent position in the state's Internet Crimes against Children Task Force.

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Wyoming Lawmakers Tweak Budget on Local Govt. Funding

Members of the Legislature's Joint Appropriations Committee voted Friday to reduce possible state compensation for counties that stand to lose payments that cover lost tax revenue from federal lands.

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House Ready to OK $1.1 Trillion Budget

A Congress eager to avoid the turmoil of recent budget clashes is ready to approve a massive $1.1 trillion spending bill for this year.

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Wyoming Investment Income Plays Role in State Budget

The state of Wyoming capitalized on last year's record-breaking year on Wall Street to bank hundreds of millions in profits on state investments.

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Dozens Of Trade-Offs in $1.1 Trillion Budget Bill

The sales job is on for a bipartisan $1.1 trillion spending bill that would pay for the operations of government through October and finally put to rest the bitter budget battles of last year.

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Lawmakers Put Finishing Touches on Spending Bill

After weeks of secretive work, senior lawmakers on Capitol Hill are trying to put the finishing touches on a $1.1 trillion spending bill that would put last year's budget battles to rest.

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Budget Deal Cuts Mineral Payments To Wyoming And Other States

Wyoming, New Mexico and other states will lose more than $400 million in mineral payments over the next decade under a budget deal nearing final approval in the Senate.

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Bipartisan Budget Agreement Nears Final Passage

A modest, bipartisan budget agreement designed to keep Washington from lurching from fiscal crisis to fiscal crisis and ease the harshest effects of automatic budget cuts is on the brink of passing the Senate.

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Several GOP senators To Back Vote on Budget Bill

Several conservative Senate Republicans have swung behind a bipartisan budget bill, apparently giving it enough momentum to win a pivotal test in the Senate over the passive resistance of top GOP leaders.

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