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Working Towards a Brighter Future


Kansans for Payday Loan Reform stands against payday loan products that are harmful and immoral. Kansas law allows companies to charge three times more than in Colorado. These loans are meant to be a bridge during hard times and not an inescapable trap.

How well does Kansas protect borrowers?

Our Roots

Kansans for Payday Loan Reform was established in the fall of 2019.
We are a grassroots movement across the state of Kansas who support bipartisan legislation that will protect Kansans from predatory lending practices and usury while maintaining access to credit.

We are Kansans from the social service, consumer, business and faith communities committed to
fighting for reforms to protect borrowers and boost our state’s economy. Making payday loans
more fair and affordable will save hard-working Kansans tens of millions of dollars each year.


Adorers of the Blood of Christ - Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation - Wichita

Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas

Catholic Charities of Northern Kansas

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Wichita

Community Care Network of Kansas

Episcopal Diocese of Kansas

Greater Wichita Ministerial League

Habitat for Humanity - KC

Habitat for Humanity - Lawrence

Habitat for Humanity - Topeka

Kansas Action for Children

Kansas AFL-CIO

Kansas Appleseed

Kansas Association of Community Action Programs

Kansas Black Leadership Council

Kansas Catholic Conference

Kansas Interfaith Action

March of Dimes Kansas City Market

Mercy and Justice Team- Great Plains UMC Conference

Missionary Baptist State Convention of Kansas

Saint Mark United Methodist Church - Wichita

Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth - Social Justice Office

Sunflower Community Action

The Disability Rights Center of Kansas

Topeka JUMP

The Urban League of Kansas

United Way of Greater Topeka

Wesley House United Methodist Church - Pittsburg

Wichita Black Alliance

YWCA Northeast Kansas


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