Forbes: State Department Closes Eyes To Truth In Keystone XL Pipeline Report

Forbes: State Department Closes Eyes To Truth In Keystone XL Pipeline Report

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The State Department just came out with its latest report on the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. The report finds that the pipeline’s construction would create almost 2,000 jobs that last for two years and would support more than 40,000 jobs. The report further finds that the pipeline likely would not harm the…

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