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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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By James V. Shuls on Dec 01, 2015

Veteran teachers make considerably more than novice teachers.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Dec 01, 2015

The Show-Me Institute has written extensively about efforts by government officials in St. Louis to keep the public from voting on a proposed new stadium. But the war on voters is spreading, and here is Kansas City, the battle is becoming pitched.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Dec 01, 2015

Earlier today I had the chance to speak with Mark Reardon on KMOX about my Mizzou commentary, published over at Forbes.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 30, 2015

One of the keys to promoting patient health is ensuring that patients can actually access the care they need. Unfortunately, government regulations often get in the way.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 30, 2015

Back in 2008, the Show-Me Institute was staunchly opposed to a plan that could have given aircraft manufacturer Bombardier nearly $1 billion in Missouri tax credits to at

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By Brittany Wagner on Nov 27, 2015

The St. Louis Outlet Mall, formerly St.

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By Joseph Miller on Nov 24, 2015

When considering investment in transportation infrastructure, be it road, rail, or river, it is important to think about what type of infrastructure people will actually use.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 24, 2015

Last month the Show-Me Institute released our paper on direct primary care, a patient-centric physician practice model that generally cuts out insurance middleme

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 24, 2015

When the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, was written in 2010, much of it was negotiated behind closed doors with lobbyists from across the health care industry. It's unsurprising, then, that many of those major players—especially in the insurance industry—got sweetheart deals.

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