KPI conducts research on timely issues as determined by its board of directors. In addition, KPI will also conduct research consistent with its mission on a contractual or grant basis for individuals or groups, and will post or publish research conducted by others in which the board of directors finds particularly relevant to the issues facing Kansas. KPI research will focus not only on good policy analysis, but also on how to make it understood by a wider public.
- August 28, 2008
Health Insurance Survey Summary Analysis (prepared for Kansas Health Consumer Coalition and United Methodist Health Ministry Fund – May 2008)
In May 2008, a scientific survey of 503 likely Kansas voters by AAI found that 67% of likely Kansas voters support providing health care coverage to everyone. Moreover 63% would support a tax‑funded health insurance program ...
- August 20, 2008
Six focus groups were conducted by AAI in January 2008 with likely Kansas voters under 65 who were viewed as politically undecided on health care coverage issues. Many participants felt “frustrated” over the cost of their health insurance coverage. Most participants agreed that everyone should have coverage. Most participants expressed a high level of dissatisfaction ...
- December 3, 2007
This 2007 report (prepared for Kansas Action Network) was released prior to the recent increases in both the Kansas and the Federal minimum wages. This report suggested that the economic impact of minimum wage increases in Kansas would likely be positive on average for Kansas workers, businesses, employment and economic development.
- September 20, 2009
]This presentation was prepared for the Unitarian Fellowship of Lawrence in September 20, 2009. SEE MORE
- June 27, 2009
Part of a panel presentation for the League of Women Voters
- May 9, 2009
A presentation given to the Mainstream Coalition in Mission, KS on May 9, 2009. The main topic was on the Obama administration’s Macroeconomic performance.
- May 7, 2012
Strong majorities of Americans have supported the principle that everyone ought to have access to needed health care services (i.e. Universal Access to Health Care, or UAHC herein) at least since polling began on the topic in the 1930s (Jacobs, 2008). Since that time significant progress has been made towards universal coverage. However, coalitions opposed ...
- May 7, 2012
Leaders of many nonprofits have fears based on misconceptions about tax laws and other laws that keep them from attempting to influence public policy. Their inaction works to the disadvantage of the country as a whole. This note addresses some of those misconceptions.
The main point of this FAQ is that your 501(c)(3) nonprofit can be ...
- May 8, 2009
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