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Keystone XL foes jump into immigration debate

The decision by a group opposing the Keystone XL pipeline to join a rally tomorrow in favor of immigration reform again illustrates that environmentalists are tailoring their message on the pipeline project to the president and not to Congress. May Boeve of 350.org said this afternoon that her group was very aware that President Obama and his administration, including Secretary of State John Kerry, will make the call on whether the Alberta-to-Texas pipeline gets built.

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