Keystone Pipeline Legislation
A group of Senate Republicans spoke to reporters about their legislation to move forward on the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Senator… read more
A group of Senate Republicans spoke to reporters about their legislation to move forward on the Keystone XL Pipeline project. Senator Dick Lugar, who co-authored the bill with John Hoeven, said that it was time to “pursue domestic energy alternatives and reduce the need for foreign oil.” The plan would require a State Department permit to allow the pipeline project to move ahead within 60 days, unless President Obama determines that doing so not in the national interest. close
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- Mitch McConnell Jr. U.S. Senator [R] Kentucky
- Lisa Murkowski U.S. Senator [R] Alaska
- David Vitter U.S. Senator [R] Louisiana
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