Rep. Liz Storer property tax.

Rep. Liz Storer is the Freshman lawmaker behind the revival of a property tax bill that passed the legislature Thursday. SJ 3, which still needs to be singed by the governor, will ask voters to amend the constitution to allow residential property to be taxed at a different, presumably lower rate.

In 2024, the next general election, Wyoming voters will likely decide if their homes can be taxed at a different rate than corporations and industries.

Calling it the No. 1 issue this election cycle, state legislators passed a property tax reform resolution during the last few days of lawmaking in Cheyenne this year.

Contact Sophia Boyd-Fliegel at or 307-732-7063.

Sophia covers county politics, housing, and workforce issues. A Pacific Coast devotee, she grew up in Washington, studied in California and has worked in Oregon and Alaska.

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Judd Grossman

Sounds like a good start.

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