In Missouri, a small fuel tax increase would have drivers pay a little more for roads, and could head off proposals that would force all Missourians to subsidize driving.
Kansas City has decided against a ballot measure that would have financed the demolition and rebuilding of MCI airport. Patrick Tuohey of the Show-Me Institute explains why this is good for the city.
Some Missouri lawmakers are considering legislation to regulate lawsuit funding companies on the promise of consumer protection or even tort reform, but will this help or hurt Missourians?
On March 22, Patrick Tuohey spoke on the earnings tax--its effect on the Kansas City economy as well as possible alternatives for generating revenue if the tax were to be repealed. Click above to see the entire discussion.
At a March 9 Policy Breakfast in Springfield, Show-Me Institute Education Policy Director Mike McShane laid out a 3-pronged approach to improving Missouri educational outcomes by giving families more choice in the schooling options for their children.