One issue: affording secrecy to wealthy individuals who wish to disguise their ownership of a venture that, while legal and taxpaying, impacts on the public well-being, say. Cory is attaching this to an item mostly about tax havens, a different issue in the same vain. He did make a distinction IMO.
And then another issue is criminal schemes that, for whatever reason, require a US company, and where the tax filing is probably false, anyway. Perhaps WY is confident it can handle this, but I don’t get why you’d want to attract such actors, as a state. Since you do have a lot of experience with this, out-and-out criminal enterprises often incorporate, for various reasons, do they not?