Senators Question Secretary of State Clinton’s Comments on Oil Sands Pipeline

Greenwire: Eleven Democratic senators today raised concerns about the State Department's evaluation of environmental risks in weighing whether to approve a controversial Canadian oil sands pipeline, calling for multiple questions to be resolved before the project proceeds. In a letter (pdf) to their former colleague, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, the 11 senators pushed Clinton on her statement two weeks ago that she is "inclined to" grant a permit to the $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline. The......

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