Cleanr, a coalition of landowners, the environment, and natural resources has issued a call to action from those parties affected by the proposed electric transmission line that Grain Belt Express/Clean Line Energy has presented the Kansas Corporation Commission. The public is encouraged to attend a KCC hearing Tuesday morning in Topeka at 9 am. At issue immediately is the groups’ right to testify in the hearing, as clean line is claiming that the grassroots group missed a deadline to file for testimony. Cleanr is further concerned that legal counsel for Clean Line Energy has been in the middle of setting agendas for the session, and they question KCC staff actions. They further contend that due process was not served, as a public hearing for the northern route was not held, as was done previously for the southern route. The meeting Tuesday begins at 9 am at the Kansas Corporation Commission office in Topeka, 1500 Arrowhead, just up the hill from Cracker Barrel off North Wanamaker.