My colleague Patrick Tuohey and I recently had the pleasure of presenting our research on special taxing districts (like CIDs and TDDs) to the St. Charles County Council.
Over the last few years, I have talked at length about the importance of choice in health care.
Following the Supreme Court’s 2018 ruling in Janus v.
Show-Me Opportunity (SMO), in conjunction with the Show-Me Institute (SMI), promotes liberty and free-market solutions to the problems facing Missouri, and hosts regular lectures and events throughout this state.
Defined-benefit pension systems are essentially promises. The government promises a specific benefit to beneficiaries when they retire.
Jim Spencer at the Minneapolis Star-Tribune recently wrote about U.S.
Back in 2015, the Columbia Daily Tribune reported that a proposed Community Improvement District (CID) in Columbia was drawn to include a single registered voter
My colleague Elias Tsapelas has produced a lot of excellent research on Medicaid over the last few months.
Missouri students have a college readiness problem. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) reports that in 2017, just 42 percent of graduating high school seniors were college or career ready. (Try as I might, I can’t find any more recent data.) But it gets worse.