Yesterday, my colleague, Sarah Brodsky, posted on the report on Missourinet about MoDOT's desire to improve Amtrak's performance in order to increase ridership.
I'm pleased to announce that the Show-Me Institute has a new editor.
Here's a funny excerpt from the legislative report of the Missouri Medical Association, the
cartel professional association that believes expectant mothers shouldn't have the option of utilizing the services of a midwife:
O'Fallon, Mo., is considering expanding its city council in response to rapid population growth.
A regular reader e-mailed me with his thoughts on the recent decision against Centene and Clayton in the ongoing battle over eminent domain, the planned Centene development and whether or not a prime corner in one of St.
Students in the Riverview Gardens district may be able to transfer to other districts next fall:
At the risk of sound horribly self-serving, Tim is right. The Show-Me Institute intern is no ordinary intern. Though I did spend some time chained to the copier/fax machine, it was not time spent in vain.
A Chesterfield resident is unhappy about a proposal to allow students to attend public schools outside of their district.