The Kansas House passed legislation that will allow Sunflower Electric Power to again seek an air permit for its proposed coal-fired power plant in Kansas. This legislation comes after Sunflower recently had its permit rejected. The new bill not only allows them to seek the permit again, but it also limits the Kansas Department of Health and Environment's (KDHE) ability to reject future air permit applications. The Kansas Senate may vote on the bill today, but Governor Sebelius is expected to issue a veto because the House fell nine votes short of the veto override number.