Clergy rally against pollution

Jun 11, 2014 | In the News, State Press Clips

OVERLAND PARK – Sixty clergy members throughout Kansas have come together to support a common belief – stricter limits on climate pollution from power plants.

The open letter released Tuesday morning by Kansas Interfaith Power & Lights states, “…we believe that there is a moral imperative, rooted in our deeply held religious beliefs, to address the issue of global climate change quickly and effectively.” Read full article

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