Gordon outlines vision for Wyoming in first State of the State address
Wednesday, January 09, 2019
Roughly 48 hours after giving his first speech as Wyoming’s chief executive, Gov. Mark Gordon visited the Legislature to lay out a more detailed vision for the state, pledging new efforts to diversify the state's economy, stabilize Wyoming’s finances and protect the environment.
But he also left a number of questions on the table, leaving those who were present a gentle reminder that his goals cannot be accomplished without cooperation from both houses of the state legislature.
Reiterating a number of his campaign pledges throughout the nearly 45-minute speech, Gordon outlined a number of priorities he has set for his first year in government, from the management of the state’s natural areas to the direction of its economy.