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May 19, 2008

Vetoed again in Kansas

Kansas is still at it in this fight over the proposed Sunflower coal-fired power plants. On Friday, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius stood strong once again and vetoed (third time!) yet another attempt to get the plants through. There is now one remaining opportunity on May 29th for the legislature to try and override this third veto.  May 29th is the last day of the legislature, and it is typically a ceremonial event no one attend - but that doesn't mean the pro-coal legislators won't try it again.

For a good wrap-up on this latest veto in the continuing battle over coal in Kansas, check out the Climate and Energy Project blog.


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