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By Susan Pendergrass on May 08, 2018

Can we call a place a desert if we refuse to let water in? The Fordham Institute recently released an interesting look at which communities in the U.S.

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By Patrick Tuohey on May 08, 2018

We’ve written a great deal about the various forms of taxation in Missouri.

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By Bennett Lewis on May 07, 2018

Harvard economist and Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Edward Glaeser will speak at St. Louis University on May 9.

Media Appearances
By Crosby Kemper III, Patrick Tuohey on May 04, 2018

Show-Me Institute’s Crosby Kemper III and Patrick Tuohey discuss ongoing problems in Jackson County, the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile, and other state and local issues.


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By James V. Shuls on May 04, 2018

A few weeks ago I asked the question, “school administrators, what did you spend your money on?” The purpose of that piece was to show that Missouri has been increasing school funding

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By Patrick Ishmael on Apr 30, 2018

Last week the Show-Me Institute released a new essay that discusses the importance of tax reform.

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By Susan Pendergrass on Apr 27, 2018

In a recent blog post about the state of affairs in a couple of Missouri state pension funds, we pointed out that they’re getting costlier and less sustainable with each passing year

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By Patrick Ishmael on Apr 25, 2018

Today my colleague Patrick Tuohey and I are proud to announce the publication of our latest essay, "A New Tax Policy Vision for Missouri." While the Institute has a vast body of work that often addresses state and local taxation as separate topics, this new essay takes a more comprehensive approa

Show-Me Daily
By Christine Talent on Apr 24, 2018

Earlier this month Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced the launching of the city’s own municipal checkbook in order to show citizens how the

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By Patrick Tuohey on Apr 23, 2018

Taxes. They’re high. They’re regressive. They’re inefficient. And in Missouri there are too many of them.