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Wyoming [wa ɪ ə ʊ m ɪ ŋ ], abbreviation Wyo. Post officially WY, state in the western United States, 251,466 km 2, (2015) 586 100 residents (1960 330 100 1980 469 900 2000 493 800 residents). The capital is Cheyenne. Wyoming is divided into 23 counties.
Law and Politics
Constitution of 1890 (with numerous amendments); Senate with 30, House of Representatives with 60 members. Wyoming has 2 Senators and 1 MP in Congress.
Of the population (2014) 92.7% are white, 2.7% Indians, 1.6% black, 1.0% Asian and 2.0% others. Biggest cities are Cheyenne and Casper.
The main industry is mining with oil and gas production as well as the mining of low-sulfur coal, natural soda ash and uranium ore (leading in the USA). In agriculture, cattle and sheep pasture predominate because of the drought; arable farming is low and particularly possible with irrigation (cultivation of grain, fodder crops and sugar beets). The state is relatively little industrialized. Tourism has become an important source of income.
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