The attorneys general in Missouri and Kansas have joined their Republican counterparts in 20 states demanding that the federal government not consider the social cost of carbon emissions when determining whether to approve new natural gas pipelines.
Declarations by Attorney General Derek Schmidt and former Gov. Jeff Colyer in March about campaigning for governor against Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly likely came too early for most voters.
The Kansas AG says attorneys involved in the ACLU’s 5-year legal battle over voter rights are asking to be repaid for “grossly excessive” fees.