Show-Me Forum: Hot Issues for 2014: Missouri Legislature and Healthcare Print E-mail
By Bob Roper and Patrick Ishmael   
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

What can you expect from the Missouri Legislature in the 2014 session? Columbia Tribune Columnist Bob Roper detailed the key issues that he thinks lawmakers will tackle. Additionally, Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Patrick Ishmael outlined the latest on Medicaid expansion and Obamacare.

Show-Me Data: Visualizing Missouri's Low Gas and Tobacco Taxes Print E-mail
By Michael Rathbone   
Friday, December 13, 2013

Michael Rathbone looks at using Show-Me Data to explore the lower excise taxes in Missouri on gasoline, alcohol and tobacco. These lower taxes attract customers from Missouri's eight neighboring states. This shifting of purchases across state lines means higher tax revenues for the state of Missouri. Now, investigate the tax policies that interest you the most at Show-Me Data.

David Stokes Explains Tax Increment Financing Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Wednesday, November 20, 2013

In this half-hour interview with Lee Presser that first aired on Nov. 12, 2013, Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst David Stokes explains how Tax Increment Financing (TIF) works and the impact on tax policy. Stokes also reviews several notable TIF proposals.

Video: Is It Time To Leave Kansas City? Print E-mail
Monday, October 14, 2013

Kansas has just enacted sweeping tax reforms, in some cases wiping out some forms of income tax altogether. For years, residents of Kansas City have been lured into Kansas due to issues such as crime, education, and taxes, but have Kansas’ recent moves brought us to a tipping point? Watch Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Patrick Ishmael; President of Allen Financial, Greg Allen; and CFO of Tarsus, Paul Burns, discuss tax policy fixes for the greater Kansas City area.


Brenda Talent at CPAC St. Louis Print E-mail
By Brenda Talent   
Thursday, October 03, 2013

Show-Me Institute Executive Director Brenda Talent addresses the regional CPAC conference in St. Louis.

$16 Million For Two Blocks? Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Thursday, September 19, 2013

Should Missouri and St. Louis taxpayers provide more than $16.5 million in tax subsidies to move Laclede Gas two blocks from 720 Olive to the General American building on Market?

Free Rides In The Zoo Museum Taxing District? Print E-mail
By Haleigh Albers   
Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Are visitors from the greater St. Louis region to the St. Louis Zoo free-riding on a diminished tax base?

Panel Discussion of the School Transfer Law Print E-mail
By Rick Edlund and James V. Shuls, Ph.D.   
Friday, September 13, 2013

The school transfer law has created controversy in Saint Louis. The question is, where do we go from here? Show-Me Institute Communications Director Rick Edlund, hosts a panel disccussion with Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst James Shuls, Ph.D.; Normandy School District Superintendent Tyrone McNichols, Ed.D.; Kirkwood School District Superintendent Thomas Williams, Ph.D.; and Mehlville School District Superintendent Eric Knost, Ed.D.

James Shuls, Ph.D., on Teacher Tenure Reform Print E-mail
By James V. Shuls, Ph.D. and Kacie Barnes   
Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst James Shuls, Ph.D., talks about his new essay, The Power to Lead, on teacher tenure reform.

James Shuls, Ph.D, on Redefining Public Education Print E-mail
By James V. Shuls, Ph.D.   
Monday, August 12, 2013

Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst James Shuls, Ph.D., talked about redefining public education at our Milton Friedman Policy Breakfast in July.

Show-Me Minute: Border War Print E-mail
Monday, August 05, 2013

The Show-Me Minute is a short radio advertisement to inform listeners about the work of the Show-Me Institute in a particular policy area. In this Show-Me Minute which first aired on KWTO 560AM in Springfield, MO, we discuss the efforts of Kansas and Missouri to lower taxes to encourage economic growth.

Entrepreneur vs. Government: Fashion Trucks Print E-mail
By Kacie Barnes   
Sunday, July 28, 2013

Emily Ponath wants to bring high fashion to office workers on their lunch breaks in downtown St. Louis, but city regulations stand in the way.

Show-Me Minute: Tax Credits Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 23, 2013

The Show-Me Minute is a short radio advertisement to inform listeners about the work of the Show-Me Institute in a particular policy area. In this Show-Me Minute which first aired on KWTO 560AM in Springfield, MO, we discuss tax credits.

The Tax Subsidy That Wasn't Print E-mail
By David Stokes   
Sunday, July 21, 2013

The tax subsidy that wasn't: Olivette demonstrated that you don't need corporate welfare for economic growth.

Dr. James Shuls on Missouri Viewpoints with Mike Ferguson Print E-mail
By James V. Shuls, Ph.D.   
Thursday, June 20, 2013

Show-Me Institute Education Policy Analyst Dr. James Shuls joins Mike Ferguson's Missouri Viewpoints to talk about Common Core.

Sen. Lamping and Rep. Curtman Review the Legislative Session Print E-mail
Friday, June 07, 2013

Missouri State Senator John Lamping and State Representative Paul Curtman review the recently completed legislative session at the Show-Me Institute's June Policy Breakfast.

Michelle Rhee: Radical: Fighting to put Students First Print E-mail
Thursday, May 23, 2013

Educator Michelle Rhee joined Crosby Kemper III for a public conversation about her new book Radical: Fighting to Put Students First and explained her ideas for improving public education by ensuring that laws, leaders, and politics are making students - not adults - their top priority.

What's the Good News About the Economy? Print E-mail
By Mark Perry   
Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Dr. Mark Perry of the American Enterprise Institute spoke with SMI communications director Rick Edlund about why he's optimistic about the U.S. economy. The country is full, he says, of the energy of ideas, and it's starting to pay off.

All This for 20 People? And You Paid for It! Print E-mail
By Kacie Galbraith   
Monday, April 22, 2013

It cost taxpayers $ 15 million to build the Brentwood Boulevard shopping and apartment complex near the Richmond Heights Metrolink station. Government planners thought it would encourage transit use, but has it succeeded?

Myths About Inequality Print E-mail
By Lee Ohanian   
Monday, April 22, 2013

Recently, and especially leading up to the 2012 Pesidential Election, there has been much talk about inequality of both wealth and tax burden among the American people. In a talk at Saint Louis University, UCLA Economics Professor Lee Ohanian dispelled some of the popular but mistaken ideas about the relative income growth of rich and poor, the tax burdens each group bears, and how best to restore prosperity for every American.

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