This week, WyoFile reporter Dustin Bleizeffer visits with Cassandra Lee at KHOL 89.1 about his examination of Wyoming’s workers’ compensation program. The program had gone from bankrupt in the 1980s, to accusations of systematically cheating workers in the 2000s, to an enigmatic state agency that has added $800 million to the workers’ comp fund in just the past eight years.

The reporting is part of WyoFile’s partnership with the Wyoming Humanities Council and the Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Initiative.

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