Politics & Government

November 29, 2014 6:41 PM

Next legislative session could be end for Kansas’ renewable energy standard

The state’s renewable energy standard survived numerous attempts to end it during the previous session. But the story may be different this session after an election in which Republicans gained House seats and Gov. Sam Brownback voiced support of phasing out the policy.

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