Keystone XL Pipeline Foes Say Their Side Has New Momentum

Norfolk Daily News: Nebraskans fighting to stop the Keystone XL pipeline are feeling optimistic. President Barack Obama made a high-profile State of the Union pledge Tuesday to address climate change through executive action. More than 20,000 people are expected to show up at the White House today for a major protest against the pipeline. And the U.S. State Department assured them Friday that it would include its own independent review of TransCanada's new pipeline route through Nebraska in its final environmental......

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