Fill gaps in Keystone XL draft environment report or reject pipeline

Indian Country Today: Noting a lack of “critical information” about potential impacts to water supply, sacred sites and other aspects of tribal life governed by treaty and environmental stewardship, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) has urged the U.S. government to either fill the gaps in its environmental assessment of the Keystone XL pipeline or reject it entirely. “While grateful for the opportunity to submit these comments, it is with great concern that NCAI submits our comments related to the proposed......

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