Legislature sends $1 million electric rate study to governor

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A $1 million study of Kansas electric rates is headed to the governor after winning approval in the Legislature.

The House and Senate on Tuesday gave final approval to the study to examine why the state has the highest rates among its Midwestern neighbors.

The study is estimated to cost about $1 million, although some lawmakers think it might be much more expensive. The utilities will bear the cost, which can be passed on to the ratepayers.

The study . . .


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