Monthly Archive: June 2013

Jun 28

Missouri’s Upcoming Veto Session and The Tax Impact on You

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By Mike Ferguson (St. Charles, MO) – It’s a marquee matchup: Legislative Republicans with a huge numerical advantage versus a Democratic Governor who won reelection just last year by a double-digit margin. In other words, it’s the political equivalent of a heavyweight fight and it will likely decide if there are changes to the way …

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Jun 26

Tax Credits And Why They Matter To Missourians– Who Pays To Bring Some of Hollywood to Missouri?

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Who Pays To Bring Some of Hollywood to Missouri?   (St. Charles, MO) – When politicians, activists and the media talk about tax credits, they’re just talking about numbers on a spreadsheet that are more of a political debate than a “real” issue, right?   Wrong.   It may be a complicated issue at times, …

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Jun 16

Common Core: Uplifting or Usurping Local Control of Education?

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Common Core: Uplifting or Usurping Local Control of Education? (St. Charles, MO) – Public education in Missouri, and throughout America, need to adapt to the constant change of technology and global competition. Almost everyone agrees on that. Opposition is growing to the approach many Missouri officials want to implement within our education system. It’s called …

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Jun 07

Facing Autism in Missouri

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Facing Autism in Missouri Advocacy Group Based in the Show Me State Says Everyone Has A Role (St. Charles, MO) – It impacts an increasing number of Missouri families. That means it impacts an increasing number of communities and schools. “It” is autism. Autism is not a disease, even though it is something that’s diagnosed. …

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