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Skirmishes continue on Capitol Hill

Nebraska was Ground Zero in the battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline yesterday, but Capitol Hill continues to be a fulcrum of activity as well. With an eye on the proceedings in the Cornhusker State, Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.), said he had serious doubts about the State Department's draft environmental impact statement, which assumes that the project would have a minimal impact on climate change because Alberta's oil sands developers have other options for transporting their product to market. These include several other proposed pipelines that would carry product across Canadian soil to the coasts.

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