Governor Matt Mead set the tone of the Governor’s Business Forum on November 9-11, 2016 in encouraging Wyoming business and government to stop the study cycle with economic reports and actually make progress. While he mentioned that Wyoming has made progress in broadband, super computers, manufacturing and technology, diversification needs to continue. Thus, the Governor announced a 20 year plan to diversify Wyoming’s economy that will span 4 year terms of elected officials. The 20 year plan will have a committee including the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming.
Wayne Johnson, Senate District 06, and Laura Baker, MBT, pose for Veteran’s Day at the Wyoming Governor’s Business Forum.