Although the national news is focused today on the passing of a slightly higher profile figure in the free market movement, we at the Show-Me Institute are mourning a death closer to home.
We’re still a few months from the legislative session, but it’s becoming clear that one hot topic in 2020 will be whether the Missouri legislature will clarify the state’s rental car statutes to affirmatively include—or exclude—car-sharing companies like Turo.
The Tax Foundation just released a publication urging states to continue reforming taxes on tangible personal property (TPP). This is advice Missouri should take.
A common point of resistance to school choice programs is figuring out how to make sure that each student has transportation to and from school.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) released preliminary test scores for the 2018–19 school year.
Everyone knows that Kansas City is one of the best places in America to find barbeque, but according to a recent report, it is also among the best in another category: cities best positioned for economic growth.
Last year Show-Me Institute writers discussed the possibility of Missouri imposing a new tax for online purchases, but there was no action taken on the issue during the 2019 legislati
Homeschooling is often seen as a way for parents to remove their child from a public education they don’t agree with. But homeschooling is about more than just avoiding public schools. Homeschooling allows students to create an innovative, personalized education.