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March 5 -- Maybe it was a pro-business posture on development of Kansas’ wind energy industry. Or maybe it was the reminder that a renewable energy standard was a tradeoff to clear the way for construction of a new coal-fired power plant. Whatever it was, renewable energy sensibilities prevailed over the extreme conservative special interests that have had their way in Topeka this session more often than not. >>View Article

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