On December 8, the Saint Louis County Council voted to bail out the Loop Trolley, a 2.2-mile vintage streetcar line currently under construction.
Next week the nation’s highest court will hear oral arguments in a case that will decide the constitutional rights of thousands of government workers.
I’m going to tell you something you already know: Teacher salaries are higher in Saint Louis and Kansas City than they are in the state’s more rural areas. “Of course they are!,” you might say, “It costs more to live in those areas.” That, my friends, is the point.
A proposed law could expand educational opportunities for students with disabilities in Missouri by allowing families greater flexibility in how they allocate the state’s funding of their child’s education.
After an acrimonious showdown with ridesharing company Uber in the middle of last year, the the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC) is no longer in the public eye.
In a recent Wall Street Journal editorial, economist David Neumark challenges some of the myths about the minimum wage. From the article:
Recently, we discussed a couple of pre-filed bills that would raise the fuel tax in Missouri to avert a funding crisis at the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).
Earlier this year, we talked about how, contrary to the hopes of many Saint Louis regional planners, there is no evidence that people are ditching their cars for public transportation
Lawmakers are teaming up to address the growing problem of unaccountable government unions. This month Senator Bob Onder and Rep.