Advocacy

Senate Disappoints On Keystone XL Vote

January 30, 2015

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Senate today advanced a Keystone XL pipeline bill that puts corporate oil interests before the health of the public and the environment, EWG said in a statement.

The bill, which passed 62-36, would allow construction of a 1,179 pipeline from Alberta, Canada, to Nebraska.  It would pump millions of tons of greenhouse gases and toxic air pollutants into the atmosphere.

Read more from EWG here.

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