Friday, June 03, 2011
TOPEKA, Kan. – Kansas funeral industry regulators are set to setting rules for using a new form of cremation, by dissolving bodies in lye, that will become legal in the state July 1 . But few expect the practice to become widely used anytime soon.
Kansas legislators in 2010 passed a law that broadens the definition of cremation and makes the state just the seventh in the nation to allow the practice formally called alkaline hydrolysis, said Mack Smith, executive secretary of the Kansas State Board of Mortuary Arts.
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