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Saint Louis City has offered to help fund a new stadium for the Rams, but urban revitalization projects, like a new stadium for the Rams, don't bring the economic development promised by politicians, notes Policy Analyst Joseph Miller.

 

This week is National School Choice Week. The Show-Me Institute participated in events in Kansas City and Saint Louis. James Shuls, Ph.D., gives an overview of the event in Saint Louis.

 

Are you a high school history teacher? If so you may want to invite us to your school for a presentation on the Great Depression. The presentation is about 25 minutes long followed by a question and answer session with the students.

 

Earlier this month, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) released a report on implementing tolling on I-70 across Missouri. Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Joseph Miller talks about the report's findings.

 

Should Saint Louis taxpayers offer to build a new stadium or improve the Edward Jones Dome to keep the Rams in town?

 

Missouri’s Supreme Court held that students in the Show-Me State have a right to an accredited education. That has helped to secure educational opportunities for students like Angel Mathews.

 

Please support the Show-Me Institute in its fight for liberty in Missouri.

 

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COMMENTARY
Are Charter Schools the School Transfer Fix?
March 3, 2015

Students should be allowed to cross district boundaries and attend charter schools. North Side Community School is an example of a quality charter school that Normandy Schools Collaborative students could attend.

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TESTIMONY
On The Proposed Hybrid Pension Plans For Missouri Government Employees
February 19, 2015

The unfunded liabilities of the state’s public pensions are an economic ticking time bomb. As of June 30, 2014, the Missouri State Employees Retirement System alone has more than [64].8 billion in unfunded liabilities and is only 75.1 percent funded.

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ESSAY
Movin’ On Out: Missouri’s Migration Patterns Since 2004
February 4, 2015

Missouri’s economy has grown at a slower pace over the past decade than every state in the nation, with the exception of Michigan.

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CASE STUDY
Decentralization Through Centralization: The Story Of The Recovery School District
September 16, 2014

Individuals who support free markets and limited government often are the most strident advocates for school choice. Many of these same individuals applaud the development of the emerging school choice market in New Orleans. The irony of this is that Louisiana has expanded choice and created the first all-charter school district in the country through the use of greater centralized control.

This strategy of promoting decentralization through centralization is spreading. Thus far, Louisiana’s turnaround has inspired Tennessee, Michigan, and...

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POLICY STUDY
Policy Briefing: Missouri Transition Costs and Public Pension Reform
March 3, 2014

The goal of public employee pensions is twofold: to provide a safe and secure retirement for our valued state employees and to help recruit and...

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2014 Saint Louis County Public Policy Recommendations
July 15, 2014

Analysts and scholars with the Show-Me Institute have identified free-market policy changes that could improve Saint Louis County. These pamphlets summarize those recommendations for transforming the county's regulatory, transparency, budget, and tax policy.

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