February 25, 2013

What Does the Keystone Pipeline Mean to You?

National Journal, National Journal


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What does the controversial Keystone XL pipeline stand for? And what is at stake when President Obama decides its fate? The 1,700-mile, tar-sands project has come to symbolize much more than a pipeline. Almost five years after the project's first step into the regulatory process, Washington is still fighting about its fate. . .

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TAGGED: U.S. Environmental Policy, U.S. Energy Policy, Oil Sands, Oil, Keystone XL Pipeline, National Journal

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