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Texas landowner heads back to court after halting work on pipeline

HOUSTON -- A Texas landowner battling a portion of the Keystone XL pipeline project won a victory in court yesterday but will return to the courtroom tomorrow to continue his fight. Michael Bishop, a retired chemist, of Douglass, Texas, was granted a temporary restraining order by a county judge preventing TransCanada Corp. from continuing work on the pipeline on about 20 acres of property he owns.

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