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By Michael Austin on Jan 04, 2017

Colorado has taken a step toward combating tax losses from online sales, and other states may take note. The U.S.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 02, 2017

It is a sign of how bad the subsidy culture is getting when Kansas City Star reporter Diane Stafford has to mention that a proposed Country Club Plaza apartment building plan, “calls for no public inc

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By Emily Runge on Dec 22, 2016

Saint Louis charter schools received good news earlier this month: the City of Saint Louis is taking their side in a lawsuit

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By Michael Q. McShane on Dec 21, 2016

It has been hard to watch the flagship public university of our state struggle this past year and a half.  Just recently, it was announced that after 15 years of steady growth, Mizzou’s enrollment

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By Patrick Ishmael on Dec 21, 2016

This month the Show-Me Institute was proud to publish our 2017 Blueprint for Missouri government, a document that catalogues fifteen state-based reforms to make Missouri more competitive and her citiz

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By Patrick Tuohey on Dec 20, 2016

For months Kansas City has been talking about issuing an $800 million general obligation bond, backed by increased taxes, to make up for years of deferred maintenance on the city’s basic infrastructure.

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By Graham Renz on Dec 20, 2016

A group of local businesspeople (SC STL) is trying to lure a Major League Soccer (MLS) team to the Gateway City.

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By Joseph Haslag on Dec 20, 2016

The continual birth and death of companies is a natural byproduct of competition in the marketplace.