After years of trying, Missouri's legislature has passed and our governor has signed SB19, Right to Work, into law—the product of countless hours of work and dedication from its supporters.
March 6, 2017: update
With a wave of new electric cars entering the auto market, policymakers in Missouri are faced with a decision about how the charging stations that power these cars will operate.
It's been an active first few weeks for President Donald Trump, and the new Administration's prompt engagement of the United States' vast regulatory state gives free marketeers a lot to cheer about.
As Missourians consider the many ways to improve and reform the criminal justice system, at least one option appears to be relatively low-hanging fruit: raising the age at which offenders are automatically put into the adult criminal justice system from 17 to 18.
Citizens for Responsible Government (CFRG) have circulated emails claiming that if Kansas City defaults on the proposed GO Bond payments, creditors will seize the homes of Kansas Citians.
Do you smell that smoke? It’s from the hole your money is burning in the pockets of Saint Louis City officials.
The City is describing the general obligation bond (GO bond) placed before voters on the April 4 ballot as a 20-year effort. The city website reads as follows:
The Show-Me Institute’s Chairman Crosby Kemper III appeared on KCPT's Ruckus on January 26 to discuss April's infrastructure bond proposal, the absence of the minimum wage issue on the April ballot, and other local issues. Click on the link above to watch the entire episode.