TransCanada Wins Right to Build Keystone XL Through Texas Family Farm

Bloomberg: TransCanada Corp. won a state appeals court ruling allowing it to lay the Keystone XL pipeline across a family farm in northeastern Texas, eliminating one of the last obstacles to completion of the southern leg of the Canadian tar-sands line. Julia Trigg Crawford claimed TransCanada lacked the right to use state eminent domain laws to cross her 600-acre family farm near the Oklahoma border without her permission. Crawford failed to convince the trial or appellate courts that Texas law grants condemnation......

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