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Keystone XL foes turn focus to local government

Frustrated with state and federal officials, opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are turning to low-level county commissions and zoning boards in a new attempt to slow a project that has become a focal point of national battle over climate change. Full story

Transcanada President on Keystone XL Pipeline

  Alex Pourbaix, Transcanada president, talks about the Keystone XL pipeline and how it can benefit both the U.S. and Canada.

State Department says Keystone XL to have little impact on environment

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The State Department on Friday said that the TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline would have little effect on most resources along the project's proposed route if the company takes certain mitigation measures. Full story

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