Keystone pipeline: State Department agrees to investigate charges

Guardian: The State Department has agreed to an independent investigation of its handling of the Keystone XL pipeline, after charges of influence peddling and conflict of interest from environmental groups and members of Congress. In a memo, the State Department inspector general's office appointed a senior official to review charges that the oil industry exerted too much weight over decisions about the pipeline project. Opponents of the pipeline say the State Department rushed through an environmental......

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