Another Trump broken promise, no American steel in Keystone XL, but plenty of Russian-enrichment from this dreadful and unpopular project.
He will cite climate concerns.
The Obama administration has resisted several recent attempts by Congress to force Keystone’s approval, but it has yet to make a final decision on the project
Obama said he opposed the bill because it would circumvent his administration’s review, now in its sixth year.
Bernie Sanders proposed an amendment to the Keystone Bill that makes Republicans admit man-made climate change exists.
Looks like the GOP doesn't have the votes to override Obama's veto threat on approving the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Republicans can't seem to make up their minds when it comes to private property rights.
Voting on it still won't save Mary Landrieu.
It's not clear who has agreed to provide the final vote or whether Landrieu's comments simply reflect optimism.
Senator Dick Durbin (D. IL) believes that even if the Senate passes the Keystone XL Pipeline, he expects Obama to still veto it.
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