Keystone XL pipeline is issue of property rights for some ranchers

Washington Post: John Harter stood on his ranch in the flat sun, a stiff breeze muffling the sound of his voice. Small sandy mounds rose behind him. In front, lay pasture and grazing cattle. At an old well, he stopped to point to water just five or six feet below the surface. Now he looked back at the row of tall cottonwood trees where his pickup truck was parked. The Keystone XL pipeline would come through right here, he said. He doesn’t want it to, and he’s even fought to stop it. It’s not a question of how much......

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