Climate is a hot topic in the Kansas Legislature

Kansas City Star: Almost a decade after Kansas wrestled with the merits of evolution, the Legislature now grapples with the politics of environmental science. As they move to ease often expensive renewable-energy mandates, lawmakers also debate the climate-change worries that help motivate such regulations. Bills look not just to set aside the concerns about greenhouse gases spewed to generate energy. Some would also require schools to teach challenges to mainstream climate science. Others aim to prevent public......

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