Groups Call on Inspector General to Confirm Corruption in Keystone XL Pipeline Investigation

EcoWatch: Today, 22 environmental and public interest groups wrote a letter to Inspector General Steve Linick demanding that his investigation examine not only whether the consultant, Environmental Resources Management (ERM), lied when it said it had not worked with TransCanada and major oil companies, but whether the State Department made any effort to confirm ERM`s claims or instead accepted them at face value. "The evidence clearly shows that ERM lied on its conflict of interest forms," said Ross Hammond,......

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