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By John Wright on Nov 24, 2015

It appears that the sponsor of last year’s paycheck protection bill will reintroduce the bill in 2016.

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By Show-Me Institute Staff on Nov 23, 2015

The Show-Me Institute is pleased to offer internship opportunities for Spring 2016.

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By James V. Shuls on Nov 23, 2015

When you think of “professionals,” how do you think of them being paid? Do you expect them to have a schedule that says what they will make each year, regardless of their performance?

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By Patrick Ishmael on Nov 23, 2015

Over the past few weeks, the University of Missouri has been turned upside down by protests that, so far, have cost the jobs of the university system President and the school's Chancellor.

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By John Wright on Nov 23, 2015

The first amendment protects all Americans from being compelled to support political speech. This is why the U.S.

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By Rik W. Hafer on Nov 20, 2015

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its current snapshot of labor markets across states. While jobs in Missouri have increased since last October, the rate of increase is quite slow.

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By Joseph Miller on Nov 20, 2015

Saint Louisans depend on a functioning transportation system to do practically everything in their lives, from getting to work to enjoying a night on the town. But keeping transportation infrastructure—be it road, rails, or buses—in good shape takes regular investment.

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By Crosby Kemper III on Nov 20, 2015

The Show-Me Institute's Chairman Crosby Kemper III appeared on Ruckus on November 19 and discussed Kansas City's proposed convention hotel and airport expansion.

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By Joseph Miller on Nov 19, 2015

In a previous post, we discussed the climbing costs of the Loop Trolley project, a 2.2 mile trolley line that will run from the St. Louis History Museum to the Delmar Loop.

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By Michael Q. McShane on Nov 18, 2015

The Kansas City Public School’s new master strategic plan has already attracted its fair share of controversy.  Closing Southwest, a school that has been in operation for 90 years, is going to grab headlines.

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