The concept of transportation user fees should not be controversial. It’s the same principle that applies to everyday transactions—the more of something you consume, the more you pay for it.
As a general rule, the more data available, the better. That rule certainly applies to Missouri’s workforce. In particular, more data about Industry-Recognized Credentials (IRCs) could help inform how best to improve Missouri’s workforce.
Prominent politicians and activists have called for a ban on fracking, the process by which America produces most of its oil and natural gas. Opponents of fracking claim it does more harm than good to Americans and the environment.
Oh, for the halcyon days when parents had to sue to get their children access to virtual education in Missouri.
Consider this a public service announcement: Public school districts do not own the children who live within their bo
As my colleague Patrick Ishmael has written, the Missouri legislature is considering bills on occupational licensing reciprocity.
Charter schools in Missouri have demonstrated the ability to outperform traditional public schools, and yet it is nearly impossible to open a charter school in most parts of the state.
It’s been nearly a year since I first wrote about Missouri’s falling Medicaid enrollment, and questions remain.
For the past few months, a fascinating labor dispute has been developing down in Jefferson City.