Since its introduction in 1996, Missouri’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) has been the state’s primary tool for incentivizing the development of affordable housing.
Popular video game developer EA Sports has recently hinted at a return of its cult-classic game, NCAA Football.
The River City Rascals are taking their ball and going home. This was not entirely surprising as the team was operating under a one-year lease extension with the city of O’Fallon.
In a recent piece at the New York Times, a writer laments:
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.
St. Louis has many serious problems. One is the city’s downwardly spiraling population, which has been in decline for decades.
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.
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.
On Thursday, August 8, Patrick Tuohey joined the Ruckus panel to discuss the Jackson County property tax assessment controversy, the truce in the Kansas and Missouri business border war, and other local issues.
In a recent op-ed, I asked, “Why do our best superintendents always leave?” The answer was obvious—the pension system.