Despite divisive rhetoric, Obama’s pipeline decision might not be a political game changer

E and E: Recent signals from the White House suggest President Obama could end more than four years of wrangling over the Keystone XL pipeline as early as this summer. But while issuing permits for the project would be a consequential event, its political implications might be surprisingly few. A decision by Obama to grant TransCanada Corp. a permit for the Alberta-to-Texas pipeline, an anticipated action given the favorable environmental review the State Department issued last week, would be guaranteed......

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