Keystone XL

House to Vote on Keystone XL Pipeline

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Many Oklahomans have been anxiously awaiting it, and now the first step in completing the Keystone XL Pipeline could be made Thursday.

The line begins in Canada and runs through Oklahoma, ending in Texas. The U.S. House has a vote set for Thursday and if it passes it will head to the Senate.

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3 responses to “House to Vote on Keystone XL Pipeline

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    1. Maybe Rome was really on to something; senators assassinating an out of control emperor. Jus’ sayin’

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