In Age of Electronic Democracy, Keystone Voices Get Wide Audience

InsideClimate: Stu Luttich of Geneva, Neb. is just one of the thousands of ordinary Americans who sat down in early March and gave the State Department their two cents worth on the Keystone XL pipeline. Luttich has what he calls "some ground" in Nebraska that he'd like to restore to native grassland, and he works with other Nebraskans trying to do the same thing. So when the State Department opened its 45-day public comment period on the Keystone draft environmental impact statement, he offered his take on the......

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