What tax changes would benefit you or your business? By Wyoming Public Media • Apr 3, 2017 TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Wikimedia Commons - Federal Reserve What tax changes would benefit you or your business? WPM/NPR Community Discussion Rules By contributing your comment, you consent to the possibility of having it read on the air. Tags: topic of the weekWyoming taxTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content House Committee Votes Down Wind Tax...Again By Bob Beck • Jan 23, 2017 Leigh Paterson / Inside Energy A Wyoming legislative committee soundly defeated a bill that would have substantially increased the state’s wind tax. The bill, which was supported by House Revenue Committee Chairman Mike Madden and others, would have raised Wyoming’s wind tax from a dollar a megawatt hour to five dollars a megawatt hour. Cigarette Tax Passes House Committee By Maggie Mullen • Jan 25, 2017 Wikimedia Commons A bill to increase taxes on cigarettes in Wyoming was supported by the House Revenue Committee today. House Bill 151 would increase the tax from 60 cents a pack to 90 cents. Jason Mincer is with the Cancer Action Network of the American Cancer Society. He says they hope the tax will convince people to quit smoking. "By putting a substantial price increase in front of a customer, they make a conscious decision on whether they want to continue to smoke or not," said Mincer. Internet Sales Tax Passes Senate By Maggie Mullen • Feb 16, 2017 Pexels The Wyoming Senate passed a bill Wednesday to require internet retailers like Amazon to collect sales tax on sales to Wyoming residents. Only three Senators opposed the bill. Lander Senator Cale Case said he thinks the smooth passage of the bill has to do with creating a more level playing field between local and online retailers.