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By Tyus Welter on Aug 15, 2019

Popular video game developer EA Sports has recently hinted at a return of its cult-classic game, NCAA Football.

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By Graham Renz on Aug 14, 2019

In a recent piece at the New York Times, a writer laments:

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By Elias Tsapelas on Aug 13, 2019

Markets are said to be failing when supply doesn’t respond to demand—like a beachside shop refusing to sell sunscreen. When it comes to public policy, the markets are more complex and the process of diagnosing a failure is often difficult.

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By on Aug 12, 2019

St. Louis has many serious problems. One is the city’s downwardly spiraling population, which has been in decline for decades.

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By William Magee on Aug 09, 2019

During the season of back-to-school chaos that thousands of Missouri families face each year, the state in recent years has eased the burden by offering tax-free shopping on school supplies during the first weekend of August. But some taxes kept on working through the holiday.

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By James V. Shuls on Aug 09, 2019

In a recent op-ed, I asked, “Why do our best superintendents always leave?” The answer was obvious—the pension system.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Aug 09, 2019

Steve Vockrodt over at The Kansas City Star has a story about Google wanting to invest $600 million in a data center in Kansas City. If this were the whole story, it would be great news.

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By Susan Pendergrass on Aug 08, 2019

What a mixed-up world we live in. In order to keep her daughter in the school she has chosen, a school that is working wonderfully for her daughter, Renita Jones has to do the impossible.

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By Elias Tsapelas on Aug 08, 2019

The United States’ population is getting older, and that’s a troubling sign for Missouri’s Medicaid program.

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By Abigail Burrola on Aug 07, 2019

When the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) says 99 percent of districts are fully accredited and doing just fine, it may seem like almost every student in Missouri is receiving a good education.

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