The state's controversial new congressional maps are evidence of a poor system of partisan influence on district boundaries.
Tolls and a statewide sales tax have been named as options on how to fund improvements for Interstate 70, but what improvements would entail and the source of funds will still require discussion.
An emphasis on jobs is not reflected by cutting funds to the institutions dedicated to training and educating the future workforce.
Supreme Court justices vote against expanding the assessment of suggestive conditions in witness identification to include elements beyond police control.
Nixon’s proposed budget for next year reduces expenses by $508 million in ways designed to produce as little uproar as possible, but the state’s colleges and universities absorb a body blow.
According to an IRS estimate, Americans owed $450 million more in income taxes than they actually paid in tax year 2006. That could add up to $4.5 trillion over 10 years — more than what is required to bring federal deficits under control.
A sales tax for online vendors could fix the unfairness putting local merchants at a disadvantage.
Federal labor law impinges on the rights of workers, employers and labor organizations. The best way to ensure that these rights are no longer impinged is to abolish federal labor law.
Several state politicians coming up for re-election have appeared in public service announcements recently. It is up to voters to determine whether the politicians are communicating a worthwhile message or using tax dollars for personal gain.
Early campaign materials for Dave Spence, a Republican in the race for Missouri governor, listed incorrect educational information — and whether intentional or accidental, the error is inexcusable.
The ruling in Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission provides broad implications for religious groups remaining free of government interference.
Two bills going through the statehouse would not create jobs, but would hinder Missouri's economic climate.
This year Missouri will only send 26 delegates to the Republican National Convention due to the legislature's inability to schedule the state primary on a date that meets RNC approval.
Several Missouri senators are proposing legislation to change Missouri's payday lending laws.
Alyssa Bustamante's second-degree murder plea has stirred controversy, but people should be sensitive to the circumstances and remain respectful.
The truth is that we can tap energy sources while being good stewards of the air, water and other resources that make up our environment.
A Harvard study suggests that the earnings capacity for students in elementary and middle-school is affected by the quality of their teacher. Replacing one poor teacher with an average one could raise an entire classroom's earnings by $266,000 over their lifetimes.
The Missouri State Penitentiary is becoming a popular tourist location.
New Hampshire is just a pit stop on the way to South Carolina. If the Republican primaries are this mean this early, it bodes ill for the civility we can expect in the general election in the fall.
Missouri legislators are treating schoolchildren poorly by not generating a solution to fix the issues of struggling urban schools.