Partisans Rev Up for Keystone XL Hearings

New York Times: Opponents and supporters of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project are gearing up for a pivotal round of public meetings around the country this week -- forums that could play a role in whether the huge project receives final approval from the State Department by year’s end. The pipeline, which would stretch nearly 1,700 miles from Canada to the Gulf Coast, has been a lightning rod for environmentalists who argue that the type of crude it would carry - a diluted mixture of bitumen drawn......

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