To practice law, prospective attorneys typically have to pass a Bar exam and, after passage, maintain a membership in what's often called a statewide mandatory bar.
I grew up in a small town where several elementary and middle schools funneled into a single high school. While this arrangement was great for fostering a sense of community, it was not without its downsides. The community had put all of its eggs in one basket.
This past week I’ve been discussing plans to write a $60 million taxpayer check to potential owners of a Major League Soccer (MLS) team in Saint Louis.
Back in February I noted that Missouri would not be alone in its pursuit of pro-growth construction labor reforms this year.
Course Access is a hot topic in Missouri right now. Both the governor and legislature have made it a priority, and, at least so far, it is enjoying broad, bipartisan support. Now it is a matter of getting it done. As it turns out, there is no one exact way to “do” course access.
Last week I published a piece in Forbes about my concerns about the progress of this year's legislative session.
Kansas City Mayor James penned a guest commentary for The Kansas City Star on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it is riddled with errors and half-truths.
My colleague Michael McShane recently wrote a legislative “half-time report” on education reform in Missouri.
We were disappointed to learn that Mayor Sly James has turned down an offer to debate the Go bonds issue with us. Nick Haines had extended the invitation for his KCPT program Week in Review. This is an important issue worthy of public debate.