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Opposing Positions Still Butting Heads on Keystone Pipeline

A report from the state department released 2 weeks ago claim the administration does not oppose the pipeline based on its environmental impact. This is drawing out critics saying that Obama is backing away from his pledge to combat climate change. While the Canadian Natural Resource Minister is still counting on the US to approve the pipeline, so that damage will not be done to the two countries close relationship.

Amy Fine

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