WyoFile joins panel of journalists on Wyoming PBS Capitol Outlook

By WyoFile staff
— February 25, 2014
WyoFile’s Gregory Nickerson joined Wyoming PBS panel featuring Bob Beck, Reed Eckhardt, and Geoff O’Gara. (Wyoming PBS — click to enlarge)
WyoFile’s Gregory Nickerson joined Wyoming PBS panel featuring Bob Beck, Reed Eckhardt, and Geoff O’Gara. (Wyoming PBS — click to enlarge)

Wyoming PBS recently broadcast its second episode of Capitol Outlook for the 2014 Legislative budget session, and WyoFile reporter Gregory Nickerson joined the panel. Capitol Outlook, hosted by Geoff O’Gara, is a weekly news show examining current Wyoming issues. Also on the panel for this episode was Reed Eckhardt of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, and Bob Beck of Wyoming Public Media.

Panelists discussed how legislators responded to Gov. Matt Mead’s budget recommendation for employee compensation. Topics also include a longterm water strategy for the state, the state’s revenue picture, and recent leadership changes at the University of Wyoming.

To view the segment, navigate to 36:00 of the embedded video. The panel discussion ends at 44:08.

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