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Neb. attorney spearheading Keystone XL lawsuit faces uphill battle for Senate seat

Nebraska attorney Dave Domina laughs at the notion that there might be too much on his plate these days. Sure, the Omaha-based litigator is leading a high-profile lawsuit over TransCanada Corp.'s proposed route for the Keystone XL pipeline -- a case that state Attorney General Jon Bruning has appealed after Domina won a key victory earlier this month -- and juggling a handful of unrelated cases, but he still has time for other pursuits: including a bid to be the state's next senator. "It's a winnable race. I think I understand what Nebraskans want and need in a public servant, so I decided I'd give it a try," Domina, 63, told E&E Daily in an interview.

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