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By Graham Renz on Jan 18, 2017

Plans to renovate the Edward Jones Dome and America’s Center, which together serve as Saint Louis’s convention center, are res

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By Emily Runge on Jan 13, 2017

On Tuesday morning, the Missouri Board of Education voted unanimously

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By Graham Renz on Jan 11, 2017

Missouri is one of five states without comprehensive ridesharing legislation on the books or pending approval, which places the Show-Me state at a competitive disadvantage.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 10, 2017

Marc Joffe, Director of Policy Research for the California Policy Center, has rated the largest 116 U.S.

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By Michael Highsmith on Jan 10, 2017

Public funding for a Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium has been a hot topic in Saint Louis over the past few months, and Show-Me Institute writers have made their position clear: side with the research.  Overwhelmingly, research

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By Michael Q. McShane on Jan 09, 2017

This morning, Education Next published a long-form profile I wrote on Betsy DeVos, President-Elect Trump’s nominee for Secretary of Education.

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By Emily Runge on Jan 09, 2017

If I were to ask you to estimate the ratio of liberal to conservative professors on college campuses across the country, what would you guess? A 50/50 split? Two liberal professors to every one conservative? Three?

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By Graham Renz, Michael Highsmith on Jan 06, 2017

“Game-changing” projects that require taxpayer assistance have become the norm in Saint Louis, as public subsidies are granted to wealthy developers despite opposition from local residents.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jan 06, 2017

The announcement a few months ago that Amazon would be opening a fulfillment center in Kansas City, Kansas was great news. But it wasn’t just an accident that Amazon chose the Heartland for its center.

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By Rik W. Hafer on Jan 05, 2017

Since the end of the Great Recession in 2009, the Missouri economy has recovered slowly relative to the nation as a whole. This is nowhere more in evidence than in the employment and payroll numbers.

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