Private consultants have determined that Springfield, Missouri is on the cusp of attracting a great deal of new convention business.
On the October 12, 2017 episode of KCPT’s Ruckus, panelists discussed the topic of moving Kauffman Stadium to downtown Kansas City.
Kelly Clarkson says that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and I believe her. You know who doesn’t believe her? Teachers who are willing to close down the schools in their state to prevent any student from having a choice when it comes to their education.
Nationwide, there are over ten Education Saving Accounts (ESA) expansion bills in current state legislative sessions, and Tennessee may soon join the list.
Medicaid enrollment was down 0.6 percent nationwide in 2018, but in Missouri it decreased at a much higher rate of 7.3 percent.
Vehicle maintenance isn’t typically the sexiest legislative topic, but one proposal offered in the Missouri House may make it hot in 2019
Last week, the Missouri Senate gave preliminary approval to a plan that supposedly “reforms” the state’s low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) program.
When Phil Oehlerking and I started the Municipal Checkbook Project two years ago, we thought that the bulk of our time would be spent showcasing how Missouri cities spend the money they take from Missourians.
The Governor laid out a number of important priorities in his State of the State address, which my colleague Scott Tanner has already summarized.