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High Country News May 22, 1989

The charring of Wyoming

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The charring of Wyoming

In the midst of Wyoming's energy depression, Char-Fuels of Wyoming, Inc. seemed to offer a dream come true.

News

Group says coal tax cut hurts Montana

According to a February report published by the Western Organization of Resource Councils, the new tax rates have significantly reduced state income and not produced new jobs.

Perspective

Biff! Pow! Bang! Three initiatives lose to big money

Last November, environmental activists waging underfinanced ballon initiative campaigns in South Dakota, Montana and Nebraska took beatings from well-funded experts.

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