VisitKC, Kansas City’s convention and visitor’s bureau, is making presentations in which they claim that the city’s occupancy rate—the percentage of available hotel rooms sold each night—is lower than what it should be for
Hot off the Cato Institute press, Overcharged: Why Americans Pay Too Much for Health Care tackles an anxiety-inducing question: Why is our health care system so costly and dysfunctional? Authors Charles Silver and David A.
Kansas City officials are working on a draft of the Bike KC Master Plan, a strategy for increasing bike lanes within city limits.
Last year, a bill requiring cities to submit their spending records—or “checkbooks”—to the state was filed in the House, and this year the measure passed the lower chamber in a b
Sometimes it seems as if politicians can always find a justification for spending more taxpayer dollars.
Recently, the Missouri Chamber Foundation released a report claiming that Missouri is situated for high growth in the technology industry in the next decade.
A recent paper on car rental fees published by the Tax Foundation cites Kansas City, Missouri for its rental car excise fee.
In recent days, some Missouri teachers have been spreading a viral Facebook post that makes a number of inaccurate assertions. I have copied a version of the post below. Let’s fact check all the claims made in this post.
As part of the War on Poverty, President Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration pushed for comprehensive education legislation that became known as the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.