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That is, even if the ban on commercial wind farms was not facially discriminatory against out-of-state economic interests, it nevertheless burdened interstate commerce to an extent that was clearly excessive when weighed against the local benefits relied on by the county in imposing the ban.
Among the ban's benefits expressed by the county was the maintenance of "the rural character of the county with respect to its landscape, open space, scenery, peace, tranquility, and solitude." The Chief Justice wrote in today's decision that no evidence relating to the potential burden on interstate commerce compared to those local benefits has been presented.
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The Court of Appeals sessions, which are to be conducted in room 107 of the City-County Building, will be broadcast live by Salina's Access Television and video streamed to the Internet. Joseph Pierron, Jr., presiding judge; and Judges Henry W. Access Television will cover the proceedings beginning at a.m. The Supreme Court presided over oral arguments in Salina last Spring, as well.
No fact-based arguments have been developed for the [commercial wind energy proponents].He also argues the district court erred in admitting certain evidence and there was insufficient evidence to convict him. 105,051: Sanchez appeals his Geary County convictions of possession of cocaine with intent to sell and no drug tax stamp. 105,695: This is an interlocutory appeal filed by the State of Kansas from a Rice County decision granting the defendant's motion to suppress any evidence seized by the Rice County Sheriff's Office during a warrantless search of Julian's vehicle subsequent to his arrest.He argues the State failed to present sufficient evidence to establish his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt of possession of cocaine with intent to sell. The State argues the district court committed reversible error when it granted Julian's motion to suppress. 104,295: Weis appeals his Saline County jury trial convictions and sentences for two counts of reckless aggravated battery and one count of criminal use of a weapon.The landowners were joined by Hudson and French, who are not landowners but through various contracts are owners of purported wind rights concerning other properties in the county.In a unanimous decision authored for the Court by Chief Justice Lawton R. Section 1983 for violation of their federal rights, and the claim for inverse condemnation.