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By Joseph Miller on Oct 26, 2015

Last week, we questioned the future of MoDOT’s “325 System,” or how the department would have prioritized spending in the event of a revenue shortfall.

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By Nathan Coursey on Oct 23, 2015

Last week the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission voted to approve Koman Group’s $4.5 million TIF proposal for 32 N. Euclid in the heart of the Central West End.

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By John Wright on Oct 23, 2015

SMI’s newest study shows how government union elections don’t have to cost taxpayers an arm and a leg.

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By Joseph Miller on Oct 23, 2015

This week, members of the Saint Louis City Board of Alderman announced that they support a public vote on the proposal to spend

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By Joseph Miller on Oct 22, 2015

In July, we wrote about how higher-than-expected revenues for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) meant the state would be able to match federal dollars fo

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By Michael Rathbone on Oct 21, 2015

The fact that Edmundson (a small town in North Saint Louis County) doesn’t levy a property tax on residential property might be compensation to its residents

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By Joseph Miller on Oct 21, 2015

As readers of this blog may remember, a couple of months ago we made an official sunshine request to the Saint Louis Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC). What we were looking for w

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By James V. Shuls on Oct 21, 2015

Attention opponents of Common Core in Missouri: We won. You petitioned the state legislature and were successful in gaining the passage of HB 1490, a bill that established work groups to write new lea

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By Brittany Wagner on Oct 20, 2015

A public school rezoning issue is unfolding in New York City.

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By Michael Q. McShane on Oct 20, 2015

College affordability may prove to be one of, if not the, defining education issue of the 2016 election cycle. More and more jobs require a college degree, more and more students are going to college, and the cost is creeping higher and higher.

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