Battle Over Keystone XL Heads Back to Nebraska’s Statehouse

KETV: Lawmakers heard arguments over a bill that would strip away eminent domain powers for TransCanada, the private company trying to build the Keystone XL Pipeline. Wearing a cowboy hat, Sandhills rancher Bob Allpress, of Naper, wanted to shake hands with a guy he usually doesn't agree with: Omaha Sen. Ernie Chambers. "I'm a red-necked Republican, but I want to thank Sen. Chambers for bringing this up, because he's right," Allpress said. Allpress bused to the Capitol Wednesday, along with 60......

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