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Evergy customers in Kansas may see an increase in their utility bill come December, but it won't be as much as Evergy had anticipated. The Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) has approved a proposed settlement agreement in the Evergy rate case with some customers seeing an increase and others seeing a decrease depending on where they live in Kansas. The announcement was made on Tuesday, November 21 - a month before the KCC's deadline to make a decision on the settlement proposal.
We fought back this year when a Kansas utility company proposed an $8.3 million rate hike that would have increased the average resident’s natural gas bill by more than $5 a month.
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AARP is seeking volunteers to advocate for policies aimed at improving the lives of older Kansans during the 2023 legislative session beginning in January.
AARP will advocate next year for legislation that would make it easier for Kansas workers to save for retirement.
As the state legislature reconvenes this month, AARP Kansas plans to work with lawmakers to help ensure that more workers are financially able to retire.
AARP Kansas is pushing for a bill that would allow advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to treat patients without the involvement of a doctor.
Nine out of 10 Kansas voters age 50 and older use the internet, according to a recent AARP Kansas survey, but access is not equal across the state.
AARP is working to develop a retirement savings program for people who don’t have access to one through their employer.
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