Developers in Kansas City are asking for yet another subsidy, this time with a price tag of $63 million.
Growing a business is difficult. Business owners who have successfully overcome all the usual obstacles have my respect. Policymakers can help entrepreneurs by making sure regulations are minimally intrusive, taxes are least disruptive, and the marketplace is open and fair.
Hundreds of students with disabilities in Mississippi have a much-needed opportunity: the option to choose a school that serves their needs. In 2015, Mississippi enacted an Education Scholarship Account (ESA) program for special needs students.
As we learn more about the effects of industry-recognized credentials (IRC) for high schoolers, the more impressive these credentials appear to be.
Cycling advocates in Kansas City have been looking for any good news to help trumpet the $400 million-dollar plan to expand bike lanes.
Alex Muresianu of Reason wrote recently about the USDA moving 550 positions from the Washington, D.C. area to the Kansas City area.
“Kind of crazy.” That’s how the director of school improvement for the Missouri Department of
On June 13 the Show-Me Institute's Patrick Tuohey appeared on KCPT's