In Missouri, the public education powers that be insist that Missouri parents don’t need or want options other than the public school to which their address assigns them. Parents should simply defer to the “experts,” and go along to get along.
In this episode of the Show-Me Institute podcast, David Roland of the Freedom Center of Missouri, the Show-Me Institute's Susan Pendergrass and I discuss the Sunshine Law lawsuit filed by our organizations earlier this week.
Since the beginning of 2018, roughly 120,000 people have left Missouri’s Medicaid rolls. It now looks like many of them shouldn’t have been there to begin with.
A recent column by Dave Helling in The Kansas City Star called for Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas to challenge Port KC, the city’s port authority, by asking for the resignation of the a
It was a pleasant surprise to see a new company enter the burgeoning electric scooter market in Kansas City.
This morning the Show-Me Institute filed suit against Missouri’s Office of Administration for violating the state’s Sunshine Law. A full explanation of the litigation can be found in the Kansas City Star today, but here’s a sneak peek at why we took this action:
If you’ve never watched Milton Friedman’s 1979 appearance on the Phil Donahue show, go watch it now. It is required viewing for anyone who is interested in free-market ideas and hopes to understand them.
If your child is transitioning from middle to high school this fall, you might be wondering how many students at the high school graduate each year, or how many of them go on to college afterward. To find this information, you might look at the school’s report card.
Although the national news is focused today on the passing of a slightly higher profile figure in the free market movement, we at the Show-Me Institute are mourning a death closer to home.
We’re still a few months from the legislative session, but it’s becoming clear that one hot topic in 2020 will be whether the Missouri legislature will clarify the state’s rental car statutes to affirmatively include—or exclude—car-sharing companies like Turo.