Medicaid expansion was never going to be “free” for Missouri, and now we have even more evidence that expansion would be a catastrophe for the state’s budget.
Net metering is a popular program that allows rooftop solar panel owners to sell extra electricity they generate back to their utility to offset their bill.
What is fair? It is sometimes a hard concept to grasp.
The COVID-19 crisis has led to rules and regulations being relaxed or even temporarily eliminated in states across the country. Some lawmakers and government agencies are taking steps to make these changes permanent in order to reduce burdens on businesses and workers.
In these uncertain times, few things are certain. But one thing we do know for certain is that parents are anxious about schools reopening this fall.
The Missouri State Auditor’s Office has started July off with a bang, publishing an audit of Parma, Missouri, which found that “. . . [m]ore than $115,000 was taken fraudulently over a four-year period from the Missouri Bootheel city of Parma (pop.
Neighboring St. Louis and St. Charles Counties are taking different approaches in handling federal coronavirus relief funds, with potential consequences for taxpayer dollars.
Medicaid is breaking Missouri’s budget, and expanding the program would only make things worse. Every additional dollar Missouri spends on Medicaid is one that can’t be spent elsewhere. Visualizations can help illustrate the scale of the problem.