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By Patrick Tuohey on Aug 19, 2019

For eight years Kansas City was served by a mayor who didn’t seem to understand his role in overseeing the Kansas City Police Department.

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By Graham Renz on Aug 19, 2019

It is often claimed that Missouri is a low-tax state (which it is not), but it is painfully clear that some of Missouri’s cities are certainly not “low-tax” cities.

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By William Magee on Aug 16, 2019

Since its introduction in 1996, Missouri’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) has been the state’s primary tool for incentivizing the development of affordable housing.

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By Tyus Welter on Aug 15, 2019

Popular video game developer EA Sports has recently hinted at a return of its cult-classic game, NCAA Football.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Aug 15, 2019

The River City Rascals are taking their ball and going home. This was not entirely surprising as the team was operating under a one-year lease extension with the city of O’Fallon.

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By Graham Renz on Aug 14, 2019

In a recent piece at the New York Times, a writer laments:

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By Elias Tsapelas on Aug 13, 2019

Markets are said to be failing when supply doesn’t respond to demand—like a beachside shop refusing to sell sunscreen. When it comes to public policy, the markets are more complex and the process of diagnosing a failure is often difficult.

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By on Aug 12, 2019

St. Louis has many serious problems. One is the city’s downwardly spiraling population, which has been in decline for decades.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Aug 09, 2019

Steve Vockrodt over at The Kansas City Star has a story about Google wanting to invest $600 million in a data center in Kansas City. If this were the whole story, it would be great news.

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By William Magee on Aug 09, 2019

During the season of back-to-school chaos that thousands of Missouri families face each year, the state in recent years has eased the burden by offering tax-free shopping on school supplies during the first weekend of August. But some taxes kept on working through the holiday.

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