As state policymakers scrambled last week to pass a balanced budget, they appeared to miss what was right in front of them.
On April 29, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced his 10-10-10 plan for reopening the city after the stay at home order ends on May 15. Since then the plan has been subject to revisions and walk-backs and now seems vague and unenforceable. City leaders could have avoided this.
The hole Medicaid has blown in Missouri’s budget is about to get bigger. Medicaid’s costs are expected to grow by more than $500 million over the next year.
For nearly a decade now, my colleagues and I have pushed hard to establish unilateral license reciprocity in health care here in Missouri.
The earnings tax in Kansas City and St. Louis is a one percent tax on income not just for city residents, but also for those who live outside the respective cities but work within them.
To commemorate Earth Day, filmmaker Michael Moore released a documentary that did a surprisingly good job highlighting the shortcomings of green energy.
A new report released by the Texas Public Policy Foundation documents federal subsidies received by the energy industry over the last decade.
With the federal government handing out trillions of dollars in “stimulus” money (I would call it relief funds), you might wonder how much is coming to Missouri. Over $10 billion has flowed to private and public Missouri entities, with more to come.
When the country needed more personal protective equipment (PPE), many PPE-producing companies ramped up production, while other companies started making these pro