Can Congress overrule Obama on Keystone XL?

Washington Post: As the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power takes up legislation Wednesday to force approval of the Keystone XL pipeline extension, the bill raises a key question: can Congress wrest the Keystone decision away from President Obama? The answer: Neither side knows exactly, but depending on the legislative language, Congress could very well pull it off. The Northern Route Approval Act, the subject of Wednesday’s hearing, would grant TransCanada a permit to build a 1,179-mile......

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