Wyoming’s State Capitol Building in Cheyenne is dressed for the holidays in this photo. But handouts may not be in order as lawmakers begin debating whether to eliminate some sales-tax exemptions. (Gregory Nickerson/WyoFile )

If you want to learn more about the tax issues up for discussion this fall in Wyoming, here are some places to start:

The “Tax 2000” report that an official committee of Wyoming legislators and citizens put together in the last bust, describes Wyoming’s tax structure and makes recommendations for the future. Though the numbers in the report are 15 years old, the report is still useful for an overall look at how Wyoming generates revenue.

The agenda and materials for the meeting Sept. 22-23 in Buffalo of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Revenue Committee.

A set of links to reports by the Wyoming Department of Revenue on sales tax exemptions.

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