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Brownback takes steps to lessen propane shortage impact

TOPEKA – Governor Sam Brownback Thursday announced actions taken to minimize the effects of a propane crisis on Kansans, particularly during cold winter weather.
“For those Kansans who rely on propane, particularly in our rural areas, a propane shortage and rising costs can put them at risk during cold weather,” Brownback said. “While Kansas has been spared the worst of the cold weather, we must ensure they have continued access to propane at reasonable cost. This is an issue of safety and well-being for our citizens.”
The shortage is believed to be caused by unusually cold winter temperatures across a large ...


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