Kansas Legislature Adjourns
The Kansas legislature failed to advance a SAN-supported resolution (H.R. 6018) reaffirming the state’s commitment to consumer choice and vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. While the proposal was symbolic in nature and unlikely to be considered for passage, the support by elected officials in the state to raise awareness for the effort is encouraging.
As other states have begun to ban the sales of new gas- and diesel-powered vehicles starting in 2035, Kansas sought to declare freedom from narrow and burdensome energy policies that limit existing, proven technologies. The SAN believes that Kansas residents, not the government, should decide what vehicles are best for them and their families. The House failed to consider the resolution prior to the adjournment of the session.
IF YOU HAVEN’T ALREADY, please ask your federal lawmakers in the U.S. Congress to pass the “Preserving Choice in Vehicle Purchases Act” (H.R. 1435) using the following link:
Thank you to everyone who voiced support for this effort.