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By James V. Shuls on Jul 11, 2018

A recent op-ed in the Columbia Missourian calls Right to Work “an attack on our entire community.” If

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By Susan Pendergrass on Jul 10, 2018

The debates have only just begun, and they’re sure to be loud and contentious. But one result of the confirmation of President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court could be more options for parents when it comes to their child’s education.

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By Susan Pendergrass on Jul 09, 2018

Florida parents are just fancy people who think their kids are special and need a customized education that’s tailored to their children’s needs.

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By James V. Shuls on Jul 05, 2018

There is a debate going on right now in the Lindbergh School District regarding kindergarten. Lindbergh, one of the top performing school districts in the state, provides students only half-day kindergarten at no charge.

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By Show-Me Institute Staff on Jul 03, 2018
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By Joseph Haslag on Jul 03, 2018

If you’ve turned on your television lately, you may have seen an ad in which a gentleman from Oklahoma tells viewers that after Oklahoma adopted right-to-work, everybody “lost.” Specifically, he says he lost his

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jul 03, 2018

City leaders were surprised to learn the other week that things were amiss with planning the new airport terminal. As a result, the completion was delayed about a year and the price increased about 50 percent.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jul 02, 2018

Jeremy Kohler of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported last month on a St.

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By Graham Renz on Jun 29, 2018

Kicking bad habits can be tough. When you know you’re doing something that’s bad for you, planning to quit is the easy part. In the end, no matter how carefully you plan, you won’t succeed unless you have the willpower to change your behavior.

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By Emily Stahly on Jun 28, 2018

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released some good news about the employment numbers from May: Fourteen states saw their unemployment rates decrease, and the rest of the states’ unemployment rates stayed the same.

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