Last spring, in what has been referred to as a “smoke ‘em if you’ve got ‘em” moment, teachers in four states staged walkouts to protest low wages and low spending on education.
The economic development subsidy regime downtown has become a policy paradox. If previous subsidies successfully created a vibrant economic center, then why are they still needed? If previous policies failed, why are we doubling down on an economic development regime that doesn’t work?
The Kansas City Star has been running a series on public policy called the “Missouri Influencer Series.” The series highlights responses to questions on various issues, including education, from 51 highly infl
On Thursday, July 19, the Show-Me Institute’s Patrick Tuohey appeared on KCPT’s Ruckus to discuss concerns over a new KCI terminal and other issues.
Last week in Columbia, business and education stakeholders expressed their concerns over the preparedness of Missouri’s future workers.
It almost isn’t funny anymore; actually, it hasn’t been funny for a
Not so well, according to the personal finance website WalletHub in their “2018’s Best- & Worst-Run Cities in America” article. Of the 150 U.S. cities they rated, Kansas City and St.
President Trump is heralding the news that a Taiwanese high-tech manufacturer is building a factory in Wisconsin. For him, it suggests that his successful deal-making is reaping rewards for Americans and reviving our manufacturing industry.
A recent op-ed in the Columbia Missourian calls Right to Work “an attack on our entire community.” If