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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 24, 2015

City residents care about how much they pay for government services. For those in Saint Louis and Kansas City who are wondering how much they pay, they now have an easy resource to check.

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By Brittany Wagner on Jul 23, 2015

Parents have lots of jobs. Part-time, unpaid taxicab driver is one that many parents would rather not do.

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By Joseph Miller on Jul 23, 2015

For the last couple years, Kansas City’s Aviation Department and some city leaders have been pushing for a new terminal at Kansas City International Airport.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jul 22, 2015

KCUR does a nice job of rounding up a few projects such as the Sprint Center and Kemper Arena that Kansas City taxpayers are still funding. It is an incomplete list by far, but a good start.

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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 22, 2015

“Nothing ventured, nothing gained.”

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By Patrick Ishmael on Jul 22, 2015

When Congress passed and the president signed the Affordable Care Act, supporters of the law were adamant that Obamcare would control health costs in government health care programs.

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By Michael Rathbone on Jul 21, 2015

Edmundson is a small city in North Saint Louis County. It previously tried to shield its residents from having to pay for government services by issuing traffic tickets and other fines.

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By John Wright on Jul 21, 2015

The Show-Me Institute’s Fast Facts series is a great way to brush up on the basics of critical public policy issues facing our state, including,

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By John Wright on Jul 20, 2015

A new study from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy looks at the ways private-sector unions disclose financial information in public filings and how state and federal law fails to adequately apply these same requirements to government unions.

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By Joseph Miller on Jul 20, 2015

Policing in North Saint Louis County is under the microscope. The tumultuous events of the last year have turned everyone’s attention to how the many tiny cities of North County enforce the law, and no one likes what they see:

Petty fines landing people in jail.

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