U.S. focus on job creation bolsters Keystone bid

Calgary Herald: The Obama administration on Friday halted new emissions rules in a surprise strategy shift observers say suggests the White House is likely to approve Trans Canada Corp.'s Keystone XL pipeline. Obama, citing the need to reduce the regulatory burden on business and encourage employment growth, reversed course on a key policy measure that would have limited smog pollution from power generators and factories. The president's decision followed the same-day release of U.S. Labor Department figures......

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