Keystone developer says it may try again

Hill: TransCanada pledged Friday to seek another permit for its Keystone XL pipeline after the Obama administration rejected the project. Saying "misplaced symbolism was chosen over merit and science," TransCanada said it would seek other options for getting the 1,200 mile pipeline built, including "filing a new application for a presidential permit." The company also questioned whether Obama's rejection of the project aligns with the State Department's review, which it said concluded the pipeline would......

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