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Posted Sun May 11 2008: from Lawrence Journal:
Kansas group appointed to look at climate change
A new group will soon tackle the politically charged issue of reducing climate-changing carbon dioxide emissions in Kansas. "Experts agree that Congress will institute a carbon tax in the coming years," Gov. Kathleen Sebelius said. "By taking steps to prepare now, we better position our state for potential costs in the future." Sebelius has appointed 20 members to the Kansas Energy and Environmental Policy Advisory Group, including industry and scientific leaders. The group will have its first meeting May 20 in Wichita. The Kansas Legislature has just ended its session after a bruising battle over a proposal to build two 700-megawatt coal-fired power plants in western Kansas. Sebelius opposes the project because of the plants' annual emission of 11 million tons of carbon dioxide.
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