Did you know Missouri is one of only five states where 17-year-olds are still automatically prosecuted as adults? As Missouri looks at ways to improve and reform the criminal justice system, should the state consider raising the age?
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Burdensome licensing requirements are making it very difficult for Missouri business owners. That’s why some entrepreneurs are challenging the state’s licensing requirements on African-style hair braiding.
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Are school boards actually effective at improving standards for students? Dr. James Shuls explains why a school choice system may actually offer parents more control than the traditional public school system.
In their essay, "Taxing Business in Missouri," Professors Rik Hafer, Ph.D., and Howard Wall, Ph.D., review the research of the Tax Foundation to better understand tax policy in Mi
On October 11, National Review Institute Senior Fellow David French was at Washington University in Saint Louis to deliver a lecture titled “War of Words: Free Speech versus Tyranny on Campus.” French discussed the growing threat to First-Amendment rights that is currently most visible on univers
David Steelman discusses the fate of Missouri's flagship state university two years after the disruptive protests of 2015.
When will St. Louis’s long-delayed and over-budget Loop Trolley open? It’s hard to say, but in the meantime, construction on the project is causing a nightmare for nearby businesses. Even worse, the delays mean millions of dollars in additional costs for the public.
This year, Governor Eric Greitens created the Committee on Simple, Fair and Low Taxes to evaluate Missouri’s tax policies and tax credit programs and make detailed recommendations for reform.