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By Brittany Wagner on Jul 16, 2015

Before I spend money on anything, I check out the reviews. Websites like Fandango, Yelp, and Hotels.com ensure that consumers are more informed purchasers of goods and services.

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By Joseph Miller on Jul 16, 2015

Recently, the Post-Dispatch published an article on the economic effects of the Edward Jones Dome’s conventions

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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 15, 2015

This past Saturday, the Boone County Chapter 100 Review Panel approved a property tax abatement for Kraft Heinz so that it can mod

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jul 14, 2015

On July 10, 2015, the Kansas City Star editorial board bemoaned the state of mental health care in Kansas. Of the states system, they wrote:

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By Brittany Wagner on Jul 14, 2015
For years now, many Americans have acknowledged the shortcomings of the nation’s public school system.
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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 14, 2015

Good news everybody, Boone County is looking to give a tax break to Kraft Heinz so it can modernize!

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By James V. Shuls on Jul 14, 2015
In recent years, the chorus of voices against standardized testing has grown ever louder. Many today believe that there is simply too much testing in public education. Unfortunately, almost all of the attention on testing has been at the student level. While there is room for good productive debate about the role and nature of standardized testing for students, there is also room for debate about the role tests play in shaping the teacher workforce.
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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 13, 2015
There has been a lot of back and forth about building a new riverfront stadium in Saint Louis.
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By Rik W. Hafer on Jul 10, 2015

The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) recently released its annual report on personal income growth and prices at the state level. The good news is that personal income in Missouri in 2013, the most recent year for wh

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By Joseph Miller on Jul 10, 2015

On Thursday, the governor signed Senate Bill 5 into law, reducing the extent to which municipalities can rely on fines and f

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