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Gov. Brownback reaches out to cold Kansans

In one week, the national average price of propane has increased by $1 per gallon, sending a chill up the spines of many Kansans.
On Wednesday, Gov. Sam Brownback announced plans to deal with propane shortages and rising costs in Kansas. According to the Associated Press, about 83,000 Kansas homes use propane for heat.
Those who can’t afford winter heating bills – including those on natural gas – have options. One of the best known is the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP). Brownback has ordered the Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) to reach out to low-income families ...


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