Cambridge, Mass Wants to Cut Ties with TransCanada over KeystoneXL

Boston Globe: Cambridge officials want to cut ties with the company that supplies electricity to its municipal buildings, citing the contractor's controversial KeystoneXL proposal for a crude oil pipeline from Canada through the United States. TransCanada, which has offices in Boston, keeps the lights on at many Cambridge facilities, but lawmakers last week passed a policy order requesting that City Manager Richard Rossi refrain from entering into contracts with the company after the current deal expires this......

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