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By Patrick Tuohey on Jun 21, 2016

Kansas City has spent millions of dollars on its 18th and Vine jazz district. How much more will taxpayers pour into this failing venture?

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By Joseph Miller on Jun 14, 2016

St. Louis is considering a billion-dollar plus expansion of its light-rail system, the MetroLink, but is the burden to taxpayers just too high?

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By Michael Q. McShane on Jun 10, 2016

Saint Louis Public Schools are suing the state for 42 million dollars, claiming this money was improperly sent to charter schools. If charter schools have to turn over this money, they will be financially crippled. Click on the link to see the video.

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By Joseph Miller on Jun 10, 2016

Airports across the country are experiencing longer security lines, but is there a solution? Yes. Several U.S. airports, including Kansas City International Airport, have privatized their security, resulting in shorter lines and lower costs. 

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By Rex Sinquefield on May 17, 2016

Rex Sinquefield, President of the Show-Me Institute Board of Directors, talks about the impact of income taxes on state growth.

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By Michael Q. McShane on May 16, 2016

The Diocese of Kansas City is opening a new school next year. That’s the first new Catholic school in Kansas City in 80 years.

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By Joseph Miller on May 10, 2016

In Missouri, a small fuel tax increase would have drivers pay a little more for roads, and could head off proposals that would force all Missourians to subsidize driving.

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By James V. Shuls, Ph.D. on May 05, 2016
NPR has reported that property taxes make public education unfair because some school districts receive more property tax revenue than other districts.
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By Michael Q. McShane on May 05, 2016
Mike McShane talks about expanding educational opportunity to rural communities in Missouri through course access.
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By Patrick Tuohey on May 04, 2016

Kansas City has decided against a ballot measure that would have financed the demolition and rebuilding of MCI airport. Patrick Tuohey of the Show-Me Institute explains why this is good for the city.

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