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OPINION from Governor Gordon: A Conservative Budget that Prepares Wyoming for the Future

OPINION from Governor Gordon:  A Conservative Budget that Prepares Wyoming for the Future

The Wyoming people deserve a state government that operates as efficiently as possible. My commitment to transparency allows everyone to understand and participate in the budget process. We must maintain a Wyoming state government that provides for all citizens, while ensuring we live within our means now and in the future.  On Monday, I released […]

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy. I’m Rick Whitbeck, and tonight, let’s focus on something sure to have gotten our attention lately…gas prices.   A year ago, the average price per gallon in the US was $2.49. Now, it is $3.41.   Alaska has the sixth-highest average cost in the nation at $3.72, […]

Engaged On Energy

  Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy. I’m Rick Whitbeck, and tonight, we’re going to talk about the importance of pipelines, and dispel some myths about their safety and efficiency.   Let’s start here in the Great Land. Despite the doomsday scenarios concocted by the eco-Left during permitting and construction, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System […]

Rep Mike Greer Shares his Thoughts on Recent Special Session

We spoke with Big Horn and Washakie Representative Mike Greer about the special session and what he wished the legislature would have delivered on. “I know there was some disappointment amongst members of the House and in some of the Senate to that once the inside of committee, once it had also gone to the […]

Engaged On Energy

Welcome to this week’s Engaged on Energy. I’m Rick Whitbeck, and tonight, we’re going to walk through our nation’s involvement in the biggest climate hypocrisy event of 2021. It is the “Conference of the Parties, version 26”, also known as COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland. It might also be called, “Biden Fails at Home, then Tucks […]

Wyoming And Alaska Are Both Blessed with Strong, Citizen-First Governors

Wyoming And Alaska Are Both Blessed with Strong, Citizen-First Governors

Alaska is a place people come to live, work and play in the shadows of God-given majestic, natural beauty, and with an indomitable spirit of adventure. Wyoming, too, features an independent, freedom-loving spirit in its residents.  Both states believe in the adage, “work hard, play hard.” As I look at the two states and their […]

Governor Gordon Issues Statement in Response to EPA Announcement of New Methane Regulations

Governor Gordon Issues Statement in Response to EPA Announcement of New Methane Regulations

Governor Mark Gordon has issued a statement in response to the Biden Administration’s announcement that it would be enacting new methane regulations for the oil and gas industries through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Governor Gordon says that the new rule creates industry uncertainty and impacts Western states’ ability to efficiently and effectively produce energy.  The […]

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