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A Brief History of Keystone XL

Sept.  2008 — Transcanada
submits first application to

State Department for cross-
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Of all the chances to put politics aside and offer a productive gesture of bipartisan compromise, it's hard to not see this as a lost opportunity.

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A Brief History of Keystone XL

  1. 1. A Brief History of Keystone XL Sept. 2008 — Transcanada submits first application to State Department for cross- border permit. Aug. 2011 — State Department concludes that Keystone XL wouldn't add significant amounts of greenhouse gas emissions to atmosphere. May 2012 — Transcanada submits second application to State Department for a presidential permit to build Keystone Xl. . March 2013 — State Deparhnent concludes that Keystone Xl. will create 42,000 jobs with minimal environmental impact. 42,000 new jobs " Jan. 2015 — cnn/ onc poll finds that broad majority of Americans A '5? (57%) support construction of "' ' Keystone XL. Feb. 2015 — congress passes legislation to approve construction of Keystone XL. Feb. 2015 — After six years of delays, congress sends Keystone XL legislation to White House to be signed into law. Feb. 2015 — President Obama vetoes passage of Keystone XL bill.
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Of all the chances to put politics aside and offer a productive gesture of bipartisan compromise, it's hard to not see this as a lost opportunity.

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