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Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
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Wyoming Agencies Give Mead Proposed Cuts

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead said he plans to review state agency proposals for how to trim their budgets by 8 percent in the fiscal year that begins in July of next year.

Falling natural gas prices recently prompted Mead to direct state government agencies to double the 4-percent cuts that the Wyoming Legislature had demanded

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Investments Could Soften State Budget Blow

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — There's some hope that revenue from state investments could ease the pressure on the Wyoming budget from falling natural gas prices and avoid some feared cutbacks.

Through March, Wyoming's general fund investment earnings are at $29

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Casper Budget Plan Set For Review

Meetings are planned later this month to review the city's proposed spending and revenue plan for FY 2013

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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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House GOP To Unveil Budget Blueprint

WASHINGTON (AP) — Eager to draw a contrast with President Barack Obama on taxes and spending, Republicans controlling the House are releasing an election-year budget plan that would impose sharp cuts on many programs but would still fail to reach balance over the coming decade

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School Funding Bill Heading To Governor’s Desk

Wyoming lawmakers have approved a school construction funding bill for the two-year budget cycle that begins in July.

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Bill Schaefer, Getty Images
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Federal Budget Includes Money For Yellowstone Land Buy

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — President Barack Obama included $8 million in his fiscal year 2013 budget for the National Park Service to buy about 86 acres of state land in Grand Teton National Park.

The money would come from the Land and Water Conservation Fund

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Wyoming State Legislature
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Legislative News From Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Developments on the eighth day of the Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature, Wed., Feb. 22, 2012:

BUDGET: Both the House and the Senate finished their first readings of the $3.2-billion budget

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Sheridan Fire Chief Resigns To Save City Money

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — Sheridan's fire chief and emergency services director says he has a way to save the city money — eliminate his job.

The Sheridan Press (http://bit.ly/ygqUih ) reports that in a letter addressed to Mayor Dave Kinskey on Thursday, Fire Chief Patrick Reitz says his decision to resign is based on budgetary needs of the city and the fire department, and he recommends that the position not be refilled

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Wyoming State Legislature
Wyoming State Legislature
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Wyo. Lawmakers To Tackle Budget This Week

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Legislature will come face to face with the reality of falling natural gas prices this week when it gets down to the business of considering the state's budget for the coming two years

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Wyoming Lawmakers Reject School Finance Plan

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A public school finance bill has failed to get enough votes to win introduction in the state House of Representatives.

House Bill 47 failed introduction Monday on a 30-30 vote

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