by Natasha Geiling Mar 30, 2016
A new study from researchers at Stanford University suggests that fracking operations in Wyoming had a clear impact on drinking water sources.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 1, 2015
A coalition of environmental and justice groups filed a lawsuit with a Wyoming federal court to challenge a controversial new trespass law.
by Katie Valentine Oct 1, 2015
The Interior Department's regulations targeting fracking on public lands suffered a setback this week.
by Nicole Gentile - Guest Contributor Jun 30, 2015
The coal royalty loophole costs coal states millions in lost revenue.
by Samantha Page Mar 27, 2015
In a twist, the so-called 'Halliburton loophole' may help protect public land and water.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 16, 2015
And not because he's a fan of the Affordable Care Act.
by Katie Valentine Feb 27, 2015
Wyoming had been the first state to reject science education standards that included topics such as climate change and evolution.
by Zack Ford Feb 2, 2015
If Wyoming's "religious freedom" bill isn't pro-discrimination, why does it now have a carve-out requiring government employees to serve all citizens?
by Emily Atkin Jan 27, 2015
The state House of Representatives took the first step on what still could be a long road toward teaching climate change in state public schools.
by Claire Moser - Guest Contributor Jan 7, 2015
It's being described as a fundamental shift in how the coal industry does business.