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By Crosby Kemper III on Jan 30, 2017

The Show-Me Institute’s Chairman Crosby Kemper III appeared on KCPT's Ruckus on January 26 to discuss April's infrastructure bond proposal, the absence of the minimum wage issue on the April ballot, and other local issues. Click on the link above to watch the entire episode.

Media Appearances
By Michael Q. McShane on Jan 25, 2017

On Tuesday, KOMU Channel 8 News, the NBC affiliate in central Missouri, covered the Show-Me Institute's policy breakfast: Stuck In The Middle with Mizzou: Evaluating the Performance of Missouri’s Flagship University.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 25, 2017

With an $800 million infrastructure bond package likely to go before voters in April, Kansas City Mayor Sly James recently told KCUR that when he took office, the city had $6 billion in deferred mai

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By Michael Highsmith on Jan 24, 2017

In elementary school I learned about the power of compounding from a book titled One Grain of Rice. The story is about a king who promises to give a girl one grain of rice, and to double his gift every day for thirty days.

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By Graham Renz on Jan 24, 2017

The Delmar Loop is one of the most vibrant areas in the Saint Louis region.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 23, 2017

Dave Helling at The Kansas City Star recently wrote a piece about how Kansas City and St. Louis might fare under Missouri’s new governor. Helling wrote,

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Last fall, at the same time the University of Missouri announced the first decline in enrollment in 15 years, Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, announced record-breaking enrollment.

Show-Me News
By Graham Renz on Jan 20, 2017

We’re far from Halloween, but some really scary things are already rising from the dead—in particular, the effort to subsidize a Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium in downtown Saint Louis,

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By Michael Q. McShane on Jan 20, 2017

Momentum is building here in Missouri for a private school choice program.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 19, 2017

Good Jobs First, a “national policy resource center for grassroots groups and public officials,” publishes what it calls its Subsidy Tracker, a list of the companies that receive state local and