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In this Jan. 28, 2015, file photo, demonstrators hold signs against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico in front of the White House. (Photo: Nicholas Kamm, AFP/Getty Images) With a showdown vote approaching on the …
USA Today · ByBrooks Jackson andEst March · 3/4/2015
... out that the Keystone XL pipeline is nothing new. Thousands of pipelines crisscross our nation, delivering refined products to fuel our cars, heat our homes and power our industries. In fact, the original Keystone pipeline, which became operational in ...
CNN · 2/25/2012
The Obama administration continues to block the controversial Keystone XL pipeline that would transport nearly 35 million gallons of oil a day from Canada to the U.S., citing environmental concerns as the reason. But according to pipeline advocates, it ...
FOX News · ByMaxim Lott · 12/31/2014
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Embed Close embed modal iframe src="http://www.npr.org/player/embed/364727163/364760952" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"> The remaining portion of the Keystone pipeline project, if completed, will be fewer than 1,200 miles …
NPR News · ByJeff Brady · 11/18/2014
called Keystone XL a top priority for GOP lawmakers. Following through on a GOP pledge to make the proposed Keystone XL pipeline extension a top priority in 2015, the Senate voted 62-36 Thursday to allow construction of the controversial $5.4 billion project.
US News and World Report · 1/29/2015
Our mental snapshot of the politics of the Keystone XL pipeline is pretty straightforward — Republicans and most independents want it built; so do some Democrats, but most Democrats and the environmental left are opposed. A new study in Energy Policy ...
Washington Post · 4/17/2015
Manufacturers have known for years that the Keystone XL pipeline is in the nation’s best interest. Now, after almost six years of review, the President can bring the project ever closer to approval. With the release of the State Department’s Final ...
Forbes · 2/7/2014
Yet when it comes to another issue making headlines – a proposal to tighten greenhouse gas emissions from power plants – the public favors stricter limits, by exactly the same margin as the Keystone pipeline (65% to 30%). Opinions on these two hotly ...
Pew Research Center for the People & the Press · 9/26/2013
Even the timing is too much: 3 p.m. on a Friday. And not just any Friday—the one just before the Super Bowl. That’s when—moments ago; go Seahawks!—the U.S. Department of State decided to release its hotly anticipated report on the environmental ...
Bloomberg · 1/31/2014
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The Keystone pipeline project is back in play as part of the payroll-tax cut debate, and Congressional Republicans say it would create jobs. But there's a wide range of estimates, with one forecast that Keystone could actually …
CNN Money · BySteve Hargreaves · 12/14/2011