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By James V. Shuls on Sep 10, 2018

Dwight Scharnhorst was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2006. Shortly thereafter his grandson, Bryce, was diagnosed with autism. On April 22, 2007 Bryce suffered a seizure that took his life. To Representative Scharnhorst, those events were not unrelated.

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By Brenda Talent on Sep 07, 2018

On September 6, Show-Me Institute CEO Brenda Talent appeared on KETC's Donnybrook to discuss the cancelation of Loufest, the anonymous New York Times op-ed, the controversy surrounding the St.

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By James V. Shuls on Sep 05, 2018

It has been said that “teachers live forever in the hearts they touch.” And a new report from the Society of Actuaries (SOA) suggests that some teachers live nearly forever, period.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Sep 04, 2018

Last year, the City of St. Louis applied to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to relinquish St. Louis Lambert Airport to a public–private partnership. The request for proposal sought to:

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By Patrick Ishmael on Aug 29, 2018

This afternoon I received an email from Remote Area Medical (RAM), the volunteer health care organization that largely served as the basis for Missouri's 

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By Susan Pendergrass on Aug 29, 2018

Parents: Read the fine print.

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By Emily Stahly on Aug 28, 2018

In Missouri, a single parent employed full time at a minimum wage job will still be in poverty. Some see this as justification for raising the minimum wage, on the grounds that no one who works full-time should be in poverty.

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By Patrick Ishmael on Aug 24, 2018

The video above—which you'll notice was largely produced here in Kansas City—has been out for a few months, but "broke out" in construction circles on social media in the last week or so, which is how I came across it.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Aug 23, 2018

It might not surprise readers to learn that government bureaucrats overspend. But the Kansas City Water Services Department spent a great deal of money on a video promoting . . . water.