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No permit, no pipeline.

Friends, Last weekend TransCanada’s permit for Keystone XL in South Dakota expired. They now no longer have a permit to build in 2 states — Nebraska, and South Dakota.  The South Dakota permit was issued way back in 2010 when Keystone XL was supposedly a done deal, and 4 years was thought to be plenty... (More...)
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Thousands March with Cowboy and Indian Alliance at “Reject and Protect” to Protest Keystone XL Pipeline

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 26, 2014 Contacts: Jamie Henn, jamie@350.org, 415-601-9337 Jane Kleeb, jane@boldnebraska.org, 402-705-3622 Maggie Kao, maggie.kao@sierraclub.org, 202-656-4548 Photos: http://bit.ly/protectphotos Thousands March with Cowboy and Indian Alliance at “Reject and Protect” to Protest Keystone XL Pipeline Cowboy and Indian Alliance Present a Painted Tipi to the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian as... (More...)
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Reject & Protect Opening Ceremony in Washington, DC

President Obama has new neighbors. This morning, led by 24 riders on horseback, the Cowboy Indian Alliance officially opened the Reject and Protect tipi camp on the National Mall. Surrounded by tribal flags, flags flying the family brands of Nebraska ranchers, (and dozens of reporters from media sources of every kind) they rode onto the... (More...)
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What just happened on Keystone XL:

Friends, Today’s Keystone XL news from DC is both important and murky. In brief, the Obama administration announced yet another delay in their decision about the pipeline, meaning it may be past the midterm elections before a final call is made. Three things strike me: In pipeline terms it’s a win. Every day we delay... (More...)
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Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline

We’re joining with organizations and communities throughout North America in a united campaign to stop the Keystone XL pipeline — the fuse to the largest carbon bomb on the planet.

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