CHEYENNE – The state senate on Friday passed a supplementary budget bill calling for some $91 million in cuts to public education funding.
“My colleagues and I are pleased with the budget bill that came out of the Senate,” said Senate Joint Appropriations Committee Chairman Bruce Burns (R-Sheridan). “This bill reflects tremendous work on the part of JAC and thoughtfully shepherds forward a responsible solution to Wyoming’s revenue shortfall.
But, during its regular board meeting Monday, Goshen County School District trustees had a different take. They discussed the state budget, stemming from a meeting Sunday in Cheyenne with representatives of school districts across the state.
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