There’s a wide variety of ways to offer school choice to students. Unfortunately, Missouri only permits a narrow and limited range of options, and for only some students.
The Missouri Legislature is currently considering bills that could change how the state deals with occupational licensing.
When financial guru Dave Ramsey takes a call on his radio program from a young couple who have paid off their debt, house and everything, he often shouts, “I’m talking to weird people!” These people have made sacrifices to live frugally and get out of debt.
In a January 26, 2020 column for The Kansas City Star, the CEO of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) advocates for making bus transit inside Kansas City free.
Here’s some good news for those who think user fees are the best way to fund Missouri’s transportation needs.
Since the Green New Deal became mainstream news a year ago, calls for more and more renewable energy have multiplied, including here in Missouri. There is nothing wrong with generating electric power from wind and sunlight.
Workforce development is a hot topic in Missouri right now. The governor deemed the issue important enough to give it prominent mention in his state of the state speech.
Today, the Missouri House passed two pieces of occupational licensing legislation. Both are worthwhile, but one would make Missouri a reform leader on the national level.