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Climate + Energy Voters Take Action - KS Wind Action Alert!

1 month ago | Feb 14, 2019
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Kansas Wind Action Alert!

 

HB 2273, a bill that adds prohibitive set backs for wind turbines, is a thinly veiled attempt to stop wind development in Kansas. 

 

This bill was introduced this week and will have a hearing in the House Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee on Feb. 19th. Details below. CEP will submit testimony in opposition to the bill.

 

 

If you wish to submit written testimony, you must contact committee assistant Patricia Kready (patricia.kready@house. ks.gov) by 9 AM tomorrow (Feb. 15). On the day of the hearing she'll need 50 copies of the testimony.

 

If you'd like help getting the required paper copies to the committee by the deadline, email your testimony to Dorothy no later than 5pm tomorrow (Feb. 15).

  

House Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee Hearing

WhenFeb. 19th @ 9:00 AM

Where: Kansas State Capitol
8th Avenue between Harrison and Van Buren
Topeka, KS 66612

Room: 281-N

 

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  1. John Vogt's avatar John Vogt

    Good, lets put the turbines in your backyard and let you enjoy them and the impact on your property!

    #4 – 20 February, 2019 at 5:17 pm

  2. Mark Volmut's avatar Mark Volmut

    Kansas should lead the country in wind energy.

    #3 – 18 February, 2019 at 5:42 am

  3. Mark Volmut's avatar Mark Volmut

    Kansas should lead the country in wind energy.

    #2 – 18 February, 2019 at 5:42 am

  4. Debra Schwyhart's avatar Debra Schwyhart

    The development of wind energy is extremely important to the State of Kansas, the recovery of the Earth from fossil fuels pollution and our grandchildren’s grandchildren.

    Let’s be on the cutting edge of restoring the Earth!

    #1 – 16 February, 2019 at 11:56 am

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