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A litmus test for KCC appointees?

Seizing on the debate percolating at the capitol over high electricity rates, Secretary of State Kris Kobach has raised the possibility of a new...

Senate urges regulators to keep electric rates competitive

The Kansas Senate passed a resolution Thursday urging state regulators to keep power rates regionally competitive. The resolution, passed on a 30-9 vote, comes in...

Senate committee moves to reduce Kansas electric rates

A Senate committee staked out a position on high electricity rates Wednesday, passing a resolution calling on state regulators to keep power rates regionally competitive. The...

Utility heavyweights defend electricity rate increases

Kansas’ two biggest utility companies fought back Monday against a Senate proposal directing state regulators to keep electricity rates regionally competitive. The state Senate is...

Storm brewing over surging electricity rates

A storm’s brewing at the Capitol over surging Kansas electricity rates, which are the highest in the region. A coalition of high-volume electricity users —and...