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said.Erich Frankland, chair of the Casper College political science department, said most states require lawmakers to divulge their business interests, and some require legislators to abstain from votes Nike Air Max Thea Ultra Women's Shoe

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in which they have a personal interest. In Wyoming, such disclosures are voluntary."That is one of the things with our state law. There are a lot of gray areas," Nike Womens Air Max 2015 Frankland said. "It does encourage self interpretation."Situations like Miller's are inevitable in a citizen legislature, said Equality State Policy Center Executive Director Dan Neal. Many legislators have extensive business interests in the state, he noted.Wyoming would benefit from clearer rules spelling out what constitutes a conflict of interest, he said. The public would know if lawmakers' votes are enriching their financial interests and legislators would have added clarity of what constitutes a conflict of interest, he said."This doesn't begin with Dave Miller or end with Dave Miller," Neal said. "We would like to see the Legislature tackle this. If we are going to stick with a citizen legislature, how are we going to deal with this?"Attempts to reach County Coal on Wednesday were unsuccessful. The company's website listed two coal projects in the Powder River Basin Shell Creek and Miller with combined estimated reserves of 730 million tons of "low cost, export quality" coal. coal projects."Miller said he did not think the WIA legislation constituted a conflict of interest. In that sense, his proposal was similar to a teacher or college administrator serving in the Legislature voting on raises for public employees or pension increases, he said.And he expressed doubts over County Coal's ability to construct an export facility, saying "I don't think they have the wherewithal to do that. It Grey Nike Air Max Theas

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would be someone like Peabody, Rio Tinto. A small company doesn't have the wherewithal to bite off something that big."But he acknowledged Wyoming's conflict of interest rules can be unclear. Miller said he abstained from votes in the past that would affect his mineral leases, prompting questions from the House's Republican leadership and industry."They want me to vote for what I think is best for Wyoming, which is what I do," he said. "It is a gray area, I admit.And where some might see a conflict simultaneously promoting a renewable like wind and a fossil fuel like coal, Drain embraced the role.

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But starting in July the agency will assume an additional responsibility: hawking coal, or, more specifically, coal exports.Such facilities are viewed as critical to Powder River Basin coal producers' ability to tap Asian markets, but have met fierce opposition from environmentalists. Three terminals have been proposed for the Pacific Northwest. None have yet to receive the green light from regulators.Under its expanded role, the WIA will advocate for coal export terminals and may even provide some of the necessary financing. Matt Mead. David Miller, a Riverton Republican who sits on the board of an Australian company that has the stated purpose of exporting North American coal.Miller, a professional geologist with mineral holdings throughout the state, became a County Coal Limited board member in 2011 after selling his mineral rights in the Powder River Basin to the Sydney based company for $200,000.He told the Gillette News Record that year he received 1 million shares in the company and would receive 3 percent royalty on any coal production. And he promised to abstain from any votes in the Legislature concerning the company's interests.On Wednesday, Miller said there was no connection between County Coal interests and the WIA legislation."That particular company is not worried about Wyoming coal. They haven't even been to Wyoming," Miller said, adding that much of County Coal's focus has been in Canada.Instead, Miller said, the intent of the legislation is to help preserve Wyoming's tax base. Much of the state's revenue is generated by severance taxes on coal production. And with American utilities moving away from coal in favor of natural gas because of stricter environmental regulations, Asia represents the best opportunity to sell Wyoming coal, he said.Originally, Miller hoped to use $300 million in surplus state funds to build an export terminal in the Pacific Northwest. But when the state's lawyers told him that wasn't possible, he settled on the expansion of the WIA's responsibility as the next best alternative.Miller said he hoped the state commitment helps spur private investment in coal export facilities."I think industry is going to take note Wyoming is serious about this and will move a little faster," Miller said.Weak disclosure lawsLegislative observers said they were not familiar enough with the legislation or Miller's business interests to comment on whether the measure constituted a conflict of interest. But the case does highlight the Legislature's weak public disclosure laws, they Nike Air Max Tavas – Black / White

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