Kansas coal plant rejection expected to set precedent

10/21/2007 | MSNBC

In a case that is expected to set a precedent elsewhere around the country, Kansas health and environment officials have rejected a permit for two coal-fired power plants in Kansas due to concerns over carbon dioxide emissions. Environmentalists applauded the decision, but the applicant, Sunflower Electric Power Corp. is expected to challenge the ruling.

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