There are a lot of reasons health care costs in the United States continue to grow. One is that we don't really have a market for many of our health care products, and in important ways we are disincentivized to price shop.
In this policy breakfast, Will Scharf, Policy Director for the Office of Governor Eric Greitens, provides an update on Missouri's current legislative session. He also takes questions from the audience.
As I wrote last week, even after 30 years charter schools remain a mystery to many people.
Show-Me Institute readers probably know about some of the difficulties we've had in getting municipal spending information for our Municipal Checkbook Project.
On Thursday, February 22, Show-Me Institute CEO Brenda Talent appeared on KETC's Donnybrook to discuss controversies in Jefferson City, the effectiveness of the St.
In this policy lunch, Rep. Crystal Quade (D-Greene County) and Rep. Elijah Haahr (R-Springfield) provide an update on the current legislative session in Missouri’s House of Representatives. Afterward, they take questions from the audience.
It’s hard to believe that after nearly 30 years charter schools are still a mystery in some parts of the United States. But I still get the question: What is a charter school?
Ah retirement . . . that glorious time at 57 years of age when you can begin drawing roughly $200,000 annually for the rest of your life while simultaneously continuing to work and earn an additional $250,000.
On Ruckus last week we discussed the city’s debt and its profligate spending on the Power & Light District downtown.
Recently, Patrick Ishmael, Show-Me’s Director of Government Accountability, pointed out that Medicaid spending is increasing in Missouri at an alarming rate.