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By Joseph Miller on Feb 29, 2016

Many of the bridges from Illinois into St. Louis were once toll bridges. Maybe Missouri should bring back bridge tolls to help fund its transportation needs. Click on the link above to see the video.

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By Joseph Miller on Feb 23, 2016

In Missouri, a small tax increase would have drivers pay a little more for roads, and could head off proposals that would force all Missourians to subsidize driving. Click on the link above to see the video.

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By Ron Richard on Feb 03, 2016

Missouri Senator Ron Richard (R-Dist. 32, Dade, Jasper, and Newton) previews this year’s legislative session.

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By David Stokes on Dec 09, 2015
As you plan your charitable donations this holiday season, please consider making a donation to the Show-Me Institute to support the cause of liberty in Missouri.
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By Show-Me Institute Staff on Nov 29, 2015
This holiday season support liberty in Missouri by making a tax deductible donation to the Show-Me Institute.
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By Michael Q. McShane on Nov 25, 2015
The KC Public Schools Master Plan is disappointing. The district needs to do much more to bring real reform to public education in Kansas City.
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By Andrew B. Wilson on Nov 09, 2015
Show-Me Institute Fellow and Senior Writer Andrew B. Wilson was a guest on a recent episode of Missouri Viewpoints.
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By Patrick Tuohey on Nov 06, 2015

On November 5, Patrick Tuohey discussed transparency in Missouri state government and other issues on Kansas City Public Television's Ruckus.

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By James V. Shuls, Ph.D. on Nov 04, 2015
We all want fewer high school dropouts. James Shuls, Ph.D., notes that research has confirmed that school choice reduces the dropout rate. A student who has school choice options is more likely to graduate than a student whose only educational option is the public school system.
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By Patrick Tuohey on Nov 02, 2015
On October 15, members of the Kansas City City Council heard from developers and supporters of a proposal to use taxpayer funds to subsidize a $300+ million convention hotel.

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