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Who's on Board?The Light Rail Debate and the Future of Transit in Kansas City. Jun 11, 2011
What are We Fighting For?Both sides of the economic border war: what Kansas and Missouri are doing to attract and retain businesses. Sep 1, 2011
The Current State of PovertyThe national poverty rate is at a 25 year high. This post goes over the current situation regarding poverty - giving the numbers and the analysis of the data. Jan 17, 2012
Reading Between the Lines (Part 4)An in-depth look at local Charter Schools and urban education in Kansas City. Nov 8, 2011
Reading Between the Lines (Part 3)An in-depth look at local Charter Schools and urban education in Kansas City. Nov 3, 2011
Reading Between the Lines (Part 2)An in-depth look at local Charter Schools and urban education in Kansas City. Nov 2, 2011
Reading Between the Lines (Part 1)An in-depth look at local Charter Schools and urban education in Kansas City. Nov 1, 2011
Putting Poverty in ContextThe national poverty rate is at a 25 year high. This post examines how the government measures poverty and other ways of looking at what it means to be poor. Dec 21, 2011
Pedaling Towards ProgressWith a new fleet of rental bikes coming to KC this summer, the city is creating a more cycling-friendly environment. But what does that mean for the local economy and how realistic is it? Mar 7, 2012
Mapping Kansas City: KCResearch Tries out Cartography (with some help)The recent Infinite KC mapping contest sponsored by the Kansas City Public Library got our gears turning about ways to use data from KCResearch to make maps. Mar 7, 2012

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