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Pipeline Approval Unlikely

A Nebraska Congressman pushing for approval of Keystone XL says recent statements by the President lead him to believe he will reject the oil pipeline.¬†Congressman Lee Terry says President Obama seems to be changing his administration’s energy policy. . .

Terry says Obama has recently criticized coal, oil from tar sands…and now is downplaying the job-generating potential of the Keystone XL pipeline.¬†Terry says it appears the president doesn’t want to alienate environmental voters. . .

 

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