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By Patrick Tuohey on Jun 08, 2015
Kansas Citians are being told that if we don't hurry up and subsidize the construction of a new 800-room convention hotel, we will lose out on millions of dollars of convention business. For voters who lived here in 2002, it must seem like the movie Groundhog Day.
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By Rik W. Hafer on Jun 08, 2015

The Public Policy Research Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis recently released the report, “An Equity Assessment of the St.

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By Brittany Wagner on Jun 06, 2015
NAS PensacolaJoplin Superintendent C. J.
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By Joseph Miller on Jun 05, 2015
This week in Kansas City, Missouri’s transportation leaders held a meeting concerning the future of I-70.
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By Rik W. Hafer on Jun 05, 2015

Mayor Slay of Saint Louis announced that his administration will back a proposal to increase the city’s minimum wage.

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By Patrick Tuohey on Jun 04, 2015
Right now, leaders in Kansas City, Missouri, are eager to build a convention hotel downtown. But there is precious little information available. We know that the city has been negotiating for years with developers to build a $300 million 800-room hotel.
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By Patrick Tuohey on Jun 04, 2015

Raising the minimum wage in Kansas City seems like it would help people at the bottom of the economic ladder. In reality, a minimum wage hike would hurt them by making these important first jobs more scarce.

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By Joseph Miller on Jun 04, 2015
State Senators Bob Onder and Joseph Keaveny discussed the results of the 2015 legislative session at a recent Show-Me Institute Policy Breakfast. Highway funding in Missouri was a major topic.
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By Brittany Wagner on Jun 04, 2015
Universal health care, universal broadband, universal daycare—attaching the word “universal” to a government service connotes inefficiency, lack of choice, and high costs. But the opposite is true when it comes to universal school choice.

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