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By Timothy B. Lee on Mar 14, 2007

Over at our main website, David Stokes has a new article on a proposal to abolish the sales tax pool in Saint Louis County. In short: he thinks it's a bad idea:
 

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By David Stokes on Mar 13, 2007

Reassessment season is here.  This is good news for government entities, real estate appraisers and bloggers who like to write about local tax issues.  It is bad news for everyone else.  The traditional start, the first-pitch if you will, of reassessment season is the article by the Post-Dispatch

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Steven Bernstetter on Mar 13, 2007
The MOHELA deal is back and better than ever...or not. The proposal orginally intended to take $350 million in assets and spend it on capital improvement projects for Missouri's public universities.
Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 13, 2007
The minimum wage is hurting colleges and universities in Missouri:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Timothy B. Lee on Mar 13, 2007

A letter to the editor in today's Post shows the ugly, mean-spirited attitude of some opponents of parental choice:
 

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 12, 2007

Do health clinics belong in public schools? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the idea hasn't taken hold in Missouri as it has in Illinois:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on Mar 12, 2007
My esteemed colleague, Sarah Brodsky, has recently posted on government funding for the arts.  The traditional free-market view of this is general opposition, although for reasons of taxes and budgets rather than
Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on Mar 12, 2007

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Commentary / Op-Eds
By Timothy B. Lee on Mar 12, 2007

Brian Lewis's column on HB808 illustrates just how much work advocates of parental choice still have to do in educating Missourians about how choice works and why it's impo

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 07, 2007

Missouri legislators are trying to make it even harder for illegal immigrants to get an education or earn a living. State Sen Chris Koster explains why:

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