How is Wyoming Going to Pay the Bills Today and in the Future?

Powell Economic Partnership partnered with the Wyoming Business Alliance to bring a crucial conversation to Wyoming and the Bighorn Basin. The question Wyoming is asking currently…

How is Wyoming Going to Pay the Bills Today and in the Future?

Economic development is working hard locally, regionally and statewide to strengthen and add value to our heritage economic engines. The three largest industries with the greatest economic impact in Wyoming are energy, tourism and agriculture.

As a matter of fact, as we look to diversify our economy we are having successes! Thus, as business and community leaders, and as citizens of our state, we need to understand the landscape, today and tomorrow. To best make decisions, on the opportunities before us, we need a clear fiscal picture and policy.

As a result, over 85 business and community leaders from Powell and Park County joined the Powell Economic Partnership for the panel discussion. The presenters slides for Wyoming’s Fiscal Future: How is Wyoming Going to Pay the Bills Today and In the Future can be downloaded below. Additionally, the livestream on YouTube has garnered many views and can be viewed below as well.

Watch the Full Panel Presentation and Q&A

The Robust Panel Discussion on our fiscal outlook with Wyoming Leaders was moderated by Cindy DeLancey, President of the Wyoming Business Alliance. The Panelist included Renny MacKay, Policy Director for the Wyoming Governor’s Office; Ashley Harpstreith, Executive Director of the Wyoming Taxpayers Association; Dr. Robert Godby, Deputy Director of the UW Center for Energy Regulation and Policy; Wyoming State Legislator Senator, Hank Coe and Wyoming State Legislator Representative Dan Laursen.

Download the Presenters Slides

Renny MacKay, Policy Director, Wyoming Governor’s Office

Ashley Harpstreith, Executive Director, Wyoming Taxpayers Association

Dr. Robert Godby, Deputy Director, University of Wyoming Center for Energy Regulation and Policy

In conclusion, encourage you to engage in this conversation of how Wyoming is going to pay the bills now and in the future. Contact the Powell Economic Partnership/ Powell Chamber/ Powell Visitor Center.

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