Lawmakers warned about price of $1 million utility study


proposed $1 million study of Kansas electric rates is starting to worry some lawmakers because the estimated cost is believed to be low and there's no cap on the expense.

The Kansas Corporation Commission on Tuesday warned lawmakers on the House utilities committee that ratepayers will bear the cost of the electric rate study.

They also cautioned that there will be pressure on the cost because the consultants hired to do the . . .


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