The Kansas House was one vote short today of passing a new coal-plant bill with the 84 votes needed to override another veto by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius. Rep. Sheryl Spalding, R-Overland Park, was absent, though she voted against the earlier coal bill. The close vote means that the plant supporters are in striking distance and that the issue isnâ€™t likely to be over this session until the closing gavel.
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