The Kansas Corporation Commission on Tuesday sent an unambiguous message to Westar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light: If the companies still want to try to merge, they’ll have to start over.
The Kansas Corporation Commission on Tuesday sent an unambiguous message to Westar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light: If the companies still want to try to merge, they’ll have to start over. Wichita Eagle File photo
The Kansas Corporation Commission on Tuesday sent an unambiguous message to Westar Energy and Kansas City Power & Light: If the companies still want to try to merge, they’ll have to start over. Wichita Eagle File photo

Westar, KCP&L hinting at reset for rejected merger

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