Even Keystone Foes Grow Weary of Obama’s Delay in Deciding

Bloomberg: Keystone XL supporters often complain that President Barack Obama’s delay in deciding on whether to allow the oil pipeline to be built is costing jobs and keeping the U.S. tied to unstable energy partners. With the review now stretching beyond six years, some critics, increasingly confident that Obama will reject the Canada-to-U.S. pipeline, have joined them in calling for a resolution. “We don’t understand what the White House is waiting for,” says Jane Kleeb, the founder of Bold Nebraska,......

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