State Department Again Sees No Environmental Barriers to Keystone Pipeline

New York Times: The State Department`s revised supplemental environmental impact statement on the proposed 1,700-mile Keystone XL pipeline is out, and offers very little that Secretary of State John Kerry or President Obama might use as a reason to reject the plan. You can best gauge the reaction of various factions on Twitter using the #noKXL and #keystoneXL tags. The voluminous report includes this blunt conclusion on the inconsequential nature of the pipeline if one`s interest is in reducing extraction......

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