Mainers join nationwide tar sands protest

WCSH: A large group in Maine joined protesters across the country in a nationwide day of action against dirty fuels. More than 100 protests took place Saturday, focusing primarily on sending a message to President Obama not to approve the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. The pipeline would carry crude oil from Canada's tar sands in Alberta through the midwest to refineries in the Texas Gulf Coast. It's an issue people in Maine have watched closely, because of the fear of tar sands oil flowing through......

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