The Wyoming State Capitol in July 2017. The capitol is currently closed for renovations, and the state’s business is being conducted in rented office spaces throughout Cheyenne. (Andrew Graham/WyoFile)

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  1. When the CREG revenue report miraculously produces a heap of money that alleviates the pending budget deficit, it also takes away the urgency for the legislature to grapple with bottom to top Tax Reform , something Wyoming has needed since… I dunno, about three Boom-Busts ago.

    So the 2019 legislative seesion will probably see the solons kicking that empty 55-gallon oil drum down the road. Plus ca change…