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By Joseph Miller on Dec 16, 2015

We’ve covered the proposal to spend some $400 million in public dollars on a new stadium for Rams extensively on this blog.

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By Joseph Miller on Dec 16, 2015

Last week, the Kansas City Aviation Department updated the City Council on its efforts to overhaul Kansas City International Airport (MCI).

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By Show-Me Institute Staff on Dec 14, 2015

Show-Me Institute Board Member Louis Griesemer was named one of "12 People You Need to Know in 2016" by the Springfield Business Journal. In the article, he sums up his economic philosophy: “My thinking is the free market has worked every time it’s tried. It’s not a religion with me.

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By Nathan Coursey on Dec 11, 2015

Taxes are, unfortunately, a necessary evil. But when we have to pay them, we should at least expect that they be applied fairly, so everyone pays his or her share. It would be hard to argue that this is the case in the 10 Saint Louis municipalities listed in the table below.

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By Brittany Wagner on Dec 08, 2015

Affton School District in St. Louis will take part in the U.S.

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By Michael Q. McShane on Dec 07, 2015

Last week, Harvard Education Press released The New Education Philanthropy, to which I was happy to contribute a chapter (along with my friend and collaborator Jenn Hatfield).

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By Joseph Miller on Dec 04, 2015

The tumultuous finale of the Missouri legislature’s 2015 session meant that a fair number of policy conundrums were left unresolved, perhaps none more pressing than budget prob

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By Michael Q. McShane on Dec 03, 2015

A couple of weeks ago, my colleague Brittany Wagner had some fun with a spokeswoman for the Million Student March and her call for the abolition of all student debt in America.  A

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By Michael Q. McShane on Dec 03, 2015

After the pigs got clearing for takeoff and the weather reports from Hell came back with a temperature below 32 degrees, the United States House of Representatives passed a bipartisan reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) by a vote of 359 to 64.

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By Joseph Miller on Dec 02, 2015

Those who read this blog will know that the Loop Trolley is $8 million over budget, and Saint Louis County residents are getting stuck with the bill.

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