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By Joseph Miller on Jan 27, 2016

Before Missouri’s legislative session started a couple weeks ago, we wrote about how one of the main focuses for the body would be the state’s transportation funding issue.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Jan 26, 2016

Last week Missouri Governor Jay Nixon delivered his eighth and final State of the State address to the Missouri legislature.

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By Joseph Miller on Jan 26, 2016

On January 27, 2016, Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Joseph Miller testifies before the Senate Jobs, Economic Development and Local Government Committee on the sales of beer via growlers and the leasing of coolers to liquor retailers and wholesalers.

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By Michael Q. McShane on Jan 26, 2016

Tiffany Anderson, the superintendent of the Jennings school district, is leaving to head up the Topeka, Kansas, school district.

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By James V. Shuls on Jan 25, 2016

For years now, scholars at the Show-Me Institute have been writing about the problems with teacher pensions.  Don’t believe me? Just look at this impressive list of publications:

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By John Wright on Jan 22, 2016

The former head of an AFSCME local representing Kansas City corrections officers pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud scheme this week. Lowell Wreh, the former A

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By Show-Me Institute Staff on Jan 22, 2016

The Show-Me Institute’s Patrick Tuohey appeared on Kansas City Public Television’s Ruckus on January 21 and discussed the earnings tax and merit pay for teachers, among other topics.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 21, 2016

American Public Square hosted a panel discussion at the Kansas City Public Library on January 20, and I was privileged to be included.

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By Joseph Miller on Jan 21, 2016

With the recent closure of a number of downtown establishments (the most recent being Mike Shannon’s), local media are considering Saint Louis’s restaurant scene, especially in the city’

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By Brittany Wagner, Michael Q. McShane on Jan 20, 2016

A high-school diploma is widely considered to be the most fundamental requirement for admission to college or a chance at a good job. And so it should be—but what’s behind that diploma matters, too.

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