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A Kansas Twist: What Would Repeal of the ACA Look Like in Kansas? (January 2020, updated March 2020)

On December 18, 2019, three judges from the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans issued a decision in the case of Texas v. United States (Texas) and held that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) individual mandate is unconstitutional. The courts are now further considering that question and also the much broader question of whether the entire ACA should be declared unconstitutional.

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January 06, 2020 | NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Top 10 KHI Reports of 2019 (January 2020)

Experts at the Kansas Health Institute explore a wide spectrum of health policy topics, which is why visitors to are just as likely to find county-level health data as they are to learn how proposed health policy changes in Topeka and D.C. could affect Kansans. To illustrate, we've ranked the most-read items in 2019 from the KHI website.

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January 25, 2018 | NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

KHI’s Top 10 for 2017

KHI experts were busy in 2017 bringing you content across many topics. From mental health to monitoring health reform action in Washington, here are the most-read items for 2017 on

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September 20, 2013 | NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

New Estimate of Kansas Uninsured Rate is 12.6 percent

For the second time in less than a week, the U.S. Census Bureau has released estimates on insurance coverage in Kansas. Thursday's release from the American Community Survey (ACS) indicated that 356,000 people in Kansas did not have insurance in 2012, which results in an uninsured rate of 12.6 percent. These estimates were essentially unchanged from 2011.

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