Obama Rejects Keystone XL Bill

Obama Rejects Keystone XL Bill

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President Obama vetoed legislation to authorize construction of a 1,179-mile pipeline that would carry 800,000 barrels of heavy petroleum a day from the oil sands of Alberta to ports and refineries on the Gulf Coast…

Read Full Article “Obama Vetoes Bill Pushing Pipeline Approval,” The New York Times

Obama rejects Keystone XL bill, CNN

Keystone XL: US House Approves Oil Pipeline Again (01-10-2015)
In January, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline to bring tar sands oil from Canada to the US, despite a renewed pledge by the White House to veto the legislation…

Senate Defeats Keystone XL Pipeline, ABC News (11-18-2014)

EPA on Keystone XL: Significant Climate Impacts from Tar Sands Pipeline, Scientific American (04-24-2013)

Climate Effects Of Keystone XL Significantly Underestimated, Yale, E360 (08-11-2014)

When to Say No, The New York Times (03-12-2013)

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