You might think that as a Midwestern state, Missouri would be less exposed than most other states to damaging repercussions from the Trump administration decision to impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum.
On Monday, February 26, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Janus v.
Anyone who has been paying attention to the Show-Me Institute over the past few years knows that our analysts are not impressed with a number of economic development subsidy programs in Missouri.
In the 2017 legislative session, we published posts in favor of reforming mandatory minimum sentencing and
Brenda Talent appeared on ABC 30’s The Allman Report on March 6 to raise questions about the creation of a task force to study charter schools
A high-school diploma is supposed to mean something. A student who earns one should be ready to attend college or a trade school, or to start working right away. But a diploma’s value depends on the quality of the school that stands behind it.
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Parents in Missouri who want to choose a high-quality school for their children, regardless of where they live, were dealt yet another potential setback last week.
It may not be the sexiest topic, but licensing reform is a big deal for providers and consumers in lots of industries.