At a single address in this sleepy city of 60,000 people, more than 2,000 companies are registered. The building, 2710 Thomes Avenue, isn’t a shimmering skyscraper filled with A-list corporations. It’s a 1,700-square-foot brick house with a manicured lawn, a few blocks from the State Capitol.
Remember when the Republicans’ answer to healthcare reform was allowing insurance to be sold across state lines? And we all pointed out that every insurance company would just open up a Mailboxes, Etc. account in Delaware or whichever state had the least consumer friendly laws? Yeah, Wyoming is that place.
“A corporation is a legal person created by state statute that can be used as a fall guy, a servant, a good friend or a decoy,” the company’s website boasts. “A person you control… yet cannot be held accountable for its actions. Imagine the possibilities!”
Oh yes. Just imagine!