Wyoming governor Mark Gordon released a new budget that shrinks the state's spending over the next two years.

Gordon's budget, he said, "keeps ongoing spending low; calls for a significant reduction in capital construction; employs a new approach to one-time spending; and limits the use of our rainy day fund solely for legislatively-mandated educational needs and local communities."

Wyoming Liberty Group, a Wyoming think tank, has a few suggestions the Governor Gordon might not have considered. Their ideas are being compiled and they plan to speak before government committees during the next legislative session.

Some of the ideas they had  can be heard in the interview, with Glenn Woods on Wake up Wyoming,

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