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Kansas House Bill 2273 Update
February 22, 2019

After an hour and a half of debate, the House Energy, Utilities & Telecommunications Committee voted down HB 2273, which would have added prohibitive set backs for commercial wind turbines, and attempted to stop wind development in Kansas. It also would’ve restricted local counties from making decisions about wind energy opportunities within their communities.

Recording of the hearing can be found here.

Coverage of the hearings can be found at the Topeka Captial-Journal online and the Dodge City Daily Globe.

Thank you to everyone who took action and made their voice heard on this bill!

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