Cindy Schild and Damon Moglen talked about the proposed U.S.-Canada pipeline, and they responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. The State Department, which has jurisdiction over the project, has held numerous public meetings in states that would be affected by the 1700-mile oil pipeline stretching from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Topics included the pipeline’s impact on jobs, the economy, and the environment. close
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Libby Casey Guest Host C-SPAN
Damon Moglen Director Friends of the Earth->Climate and Energy Project
Cindy Schild Manager American Petroleum Institute->Refining Issues
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