President Trump wants to reverse several Obama-era regulations designed to destroy American coal. One of the rules to be rescinded is the Coal Valuation Rule that sought to stop coal mining on federal land and keep coal in the ground.
That coal, which delivers over one billion dollars a year in royalty revenue, delivers on average 40 cents of every dollar sold in local, state and federal taxes and fees to the American people, making it one of the highest taxed commodities in the world. If the rule goes into effect, thousands of jobs will be destroyed, Powder River Basin states will lose billions in economic activity and electricity costs for consumers will increase.
Please help President Trump and Secretary Zinke eliminate this rule by making your voice heard and submitting a comment today. Visitwww.powderrivercoal.org and submit your information with a personalized comment to make your voice heard. Comment period ends May 4.
President Trump wants to reverse several Obama-era regulations designed to destroy American coal. One of the rules to be rescinded is the Coal Valuation Rule that sought to stop coal mining on federal land and keep coal in the ground. That coal, which delivers over one billion dollars a year in royalty revenue, delivers on average ...
Made in Wyoming catalog submissions due April 7 The Wyoming Business Council invites companies selling locally-made products to join the Made in Wyoming program and submit information for the 2017 catalog by April 7. The Made in Wyoming Products Catalog is a full-color 8.5” x 11” directory featuring art, photography, home décor, fashion, food, personal care items ...
Purpose is what defines us, drives us, and empowers us. In 2017 Leadercast will be exploring what can happen when teams and individuals are connected with purpose, creating a strong organizational culture with intentional leadership that inspires extraordinary results. Join Peregrine Leadership Institute along with the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce and the Casper Area Chamber of ...
From Barry Brewer, PhD: The University of Wyoming Management & Marketing Department is pleased to announce an opportunity for your company to innovate processes, save money, and improve profitability. On May 5th, the College of Business invites your company to participate in our second semi-annual Business Innovation Summit. This event will enable businesses to tap the innovative ...
Campbell County population:
Energy (oil and gas, coal), medical, school district
Top five employers:
Campbell County School District; Peabody Energy; Thunder Basin Coal; Campbell County Health; Cloud Peak Energy
Personal income 0%; Corporate Income 0%; Sales Tax 6% (State 4% - County 2%)