Last week, the U.S. Senate voted 50-49 to strike hundreds of pages of regulations drafted by the Department of Education in the waning days of the Obama presidency.
On Saturday, The Kansas City Star published a piece titled, “Campaign flier on KC’s infrastructure proposal understates tax increase” in which they pulled some quotes from a Show-Me Institute press rel
Members of the City Council are at odds over how to increase the minimum wage—through city ordinance or statewide petition.
High-school students confronted with the looming expense of college tuition have a lot to gain from advanced-placement (AP) courses.
Recently, I delivered public comments at a Chesterfield City Council meeting concerning a
Recently, the Superintendent of the Hickman Mills School District and officials from the
In my recent post, The GO Bonds Will Cost You Much More Than You’re Being Told, I concluded that—contrary to claims on the city’s website—the total amount of taxes paid for the GO bond
The Show-Me Institute is pleased to offer internship opportunities for Summer 2017.
HB38, which would relax the requirements for prison time served before a person is eligible for parole, is a welcome reform to Missouri’s prison system.
The Show-Me Institute’s Chairman Crosby Kemper III appeared on KCPT's Ruckus on Thursday, March 2, to discuss the campaign for Kansas City's GO Bond as well as other local and state issues.