The League of Women Voters of Kansas City/Jackson-Clay-Platte Counties recently released its study of tax-increment financing (TIF).
Missouri schools closed their doors in March and will not likely re-open them until this fall. This approach risks serious learning loss.
Jefferson City delivered a win for the spouses of military members in Missouri recently.
The New York Times recently published a story on the impact of the COVID-19 virus and the economic downturn on a number of publicly financed convention hotels around the country.
Missouri has received billions of dollars in federal stimulus money and is now deciding how to allocate those dollars. Considering the amount of money involved, guiding principles are necessary to ensure the money is used effectively while maintaining the public’s trust.
Recently, Governor Mike Parson signed the largest supplemental funding bill in the state’s history.
The Missouri State Auditor just released an audit of Jackson County’s Community Backed Anti-Crime Tax (COMBAT) Fund. It’s a doozy.
The news of the past week makes one thing clear: Not everyone has the same risk tolerance for COVID-19 exposure. Getting back to the way things were will happen at a different pace for different people.
While driving this Easter to spend time with family in Charlotte, North Carolina, I saw the past and future of toll roads. If Missouri implemented tolling, it seems clear to me what type of toll road drivers would prefer.
As of last week, all Missouri schools are closed to in-person classes for the rest of the school year