Our nation is in the midst of a battle over free speech, the right to protest, and what differentiates a protest from a riot.
A few months ago, Congress mulled a coronavirus spending bill focused on infrastructure for a so-called “Phase IV” package.
Currently, Section 161.670 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri (part of a course access law passed in 2018) requires that parents of students who wish to enroll in the Missouri Course Acce
COVID-19 may be changing America’s health care industry forever. As hospitals and providers search for ways to safely treat patients in our new landscape, telemedicine is poised to assume a larger role.
Kansas City’s Auditor, Doug Jones, announced recently that his office was going to look into whether the city is properly overseeing community improvement district
We’re often told that renewable energy will power the future. But a new study reveals that wind energy—America’s largest renewable source—is far more reliant on subsidies than advocates may care to admit.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has provided school districts an opportunity to take back some autonomy over their school calendar.
The Kansas City Missouri City Council adopted three new ordinances to help restaurants during the pandemic. The ordinances make it easier for restaurants to serve patrons on sidewalks and parking lots, and also renew permission for restaurants to serve mixed drinks for take-out and delivery.
Missouri has a rocky history when it comes to transparency and federal relief.