Lodging Tax Bill Dies On Final Vote
Written by andrew-rossi on February 26, 2019
A bill that proposed a statewide lodging tax has died in the Wyoming Senate, stumbling in a final vote before it would have headed to the governor’s desk.
Critics argued it would negatively affect Wyoming residents traveling for sports tournaments or visiting their families in other parts of the state. The bill’s defeat marks the end of any significant tax revenue options for Wyoming this year.