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Microsoft To Build Data Center Near Cheyenne [AUDIO]

Microsoft has agreed to invest up to $112 million dollars to build a new data center near Cheyenne. The project may break ground by early summer.

Governor Matt Mead made the announcement today. Here's an excerpt from what he had to say

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Governor Announces Microsoft To Build Data Center In Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead announced that Microsoft will build a data center near Cheyenne, Wyoming. The $112 million data center will bring high-paying, technology jobs to the state.
This data center will serve the Mountain West region for Microsoft

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Governor Calls EPA Rules Bad For Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead says the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed standards for power plant emissions could have a negative impact on Wyoming and the entire country.

He says it could mean no new coal fired power plants built without carbon capture and sequestration capabilities

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Governor Mead Signs Education Reform Bill

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead has signed a bill advancing Wyoming's effort to help make its public school students better prepared for college and careers.

The measure begins the first phase of implementing an education overhaul process initiated by the 2011 Legislature

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Wyoming Sets Day To Thank Veterans

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — People around Wyoming will be encouraged to say thanks to all veterans on March 30, which has been designated Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day.

This will be the second annual event after Wyoming Veterans Welcome Home Day was codified into state law last year

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Mead Applauds H2O Pipeline Dismissal

A Colorado businessman's plans for a water pipeline from Flaming Gorge to the Front Range were dismissed Thursday by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

Officials with FERC called the application premature and lacking necessary information for a permitting process

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Mead Sees Trouble For State In Roadless Rule Decision

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals denied a state of Wyoming Mining Association petition that sought to to overturn the 2001 National Forest Road-less Rule.

By doing so the Court upheld its reversal of the decision by Judge Clarence Brimmer and reaffirmed the legality of the rule that prohibits development on nearly 60 million acres

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Governor Mead Optimistic In State of State Address

Governor Matt Mead spoke about the upcoming legislative budget session during his "State of the State" address Monday morning.

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Mead Says Changing Wind Energy Tax Unlikely

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead says he's giving up hope that the Wyoming Legislature will change how the state taxes wind energy projects this year.

Wyoming in January began imposing a $1 per megawatt hour tax on wind energy production

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Local Government Wary Of Legislative Budget Decisions

Despite Governor Matt Mead's assurance in the face of further budget cuts, that he'll look to maintain promised dollars to counties and municipalities, Natrona County government officials are wary.

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