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By Joseph Miller on Oct 30, 2015
MoDOT interim director Roberta Broeker and Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Joseph Miller discuss transportation funding in Missouri and the need for infrastructure investment in the Springfield area. Excerpts from the question-and-answer session follow the talk.
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With UberX finally available in Saint Louis, Show-Me Institute staff decided to hold a race to see how the service can add to the city’s transportation options. The contestants, Nathan Coursey, Joseph Miller, and Brittany Wagner, took a taxi, an Uber car, and the MetroLink, respectively, from the Show-Me Institute office in St. Louis's Central West End to Mr. Curry’s downtown. Watch the video to see who prevails!
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By John Tamny on Oct 19, 2015

John Tamny, the political economy editor at Forbes and author of Popular Economics: What the Rolling Stones, Downton Abbey, and LeBron James Can Teach You about Economics, uses the concepts of taxation, regulation, money, and trade to explain how income inequality creates economic growth

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By Joseph Miller on Oct 16, 2015

Watch Policy Analyst Joseph Miller on KTRS talk about the debt for convention center renovations.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Oct 16, 2015

The chairman of the Show-Me Institute, Crosby Kemper III, appeared on 

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By on Oct 13, 2015

The Show-Me Institute's Patrick Tuohey appeared on KCPT's Ruckus on October 8 to discuss policy matters in Missouri and Kansas as well as nationwide.

 

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By Michael Q. McShane on Sep 22, 2015
Show-Me Institute's new Director of Education Policy, Michael McShane, digs into the myths and facts about education reform in Missouri. Is there any truth behind common arguments like "St. Louis and Kansas City are the only places in need of reform," "Expanding charter schools would harm public schools," and "Missouri's Blaine amendment makes private school choice impossible"? Watch and find out!
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By John Wright, Michael Rathbone on Sep 22, 2015
St. Louis City recently voted to increase its minimum wage. With higher labor costs, an earnings tax, and a payroll tax, the City is making St. Louis County a relatively more attractive place to locate a business.
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By Joseph Miller on Sep 21, 2015
Ed Hassinger, Chief Engineer at the Missouri Department of Transportation, and Joseph Miller, Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst, discuss the state of I-70 and the options for improving it.

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