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Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange
Oct 2, 2018
POWELL — With a state education deficit of more than $300 million this biennium, the Wyoming Legislature is looking under every stone for revenue. Some proposals could cost anglers and hunters more in fees — and possibly change the way people enjoy the outdoors.
Meeting on the Northwest College campus last week, members of the Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources committee discussed two possible ways to generate more money from state trust lands.
One would seek to exchange stranded state school trust land for federal land that can generate more revenue.
Another draft bill would charge a recreation fee for accessing state lands...
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