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May 01 2014
With several red-state Democrats facing tough re-elections in November Majority Leader Harry Reid is under pressure to have the Senate vote on Keystone XL pipeline.Fox News (Online News)
Nov 15 2014
The second sign-up season under President Barack Obama's health overhaul opened Saturday, with hopes that this time consumers will have a positive experience.
But the fear is that entrenched political opposition and renewed legal challenges may yet collapse the program that's bringing health care to millions of previously uninsured Americans. The administration can't afford anotherWall Street Journal (News)
Nov 11 2014
The new Republican Congress is headed for a clash with the White House over two ambitious Environmental Protection Agency regulations that are the heart of President Obama’s climate change agenda.New York Times (News)
Apr 21 2014
The State Department alone decided to delay the Keystone XL pipeline approval process yet again, and President Obama had no hand in the decision, White House press secretary Jay Carney said Monday. Late last week, the State Department put on hold its 90-day review of the pipeline, a massive project that would move oil south from Alberta, Canada, through the U.S. to refineries on the Gulf CoastWashington Times
Jan 31 2014
The Obama Administration Friday plans to release an environmental impact report on the Keystone XL oil pipeline proposal which would link Canada with the U.S. Gulf Coast.Wall Street Journal (News)
Dec 18 2013
"It is time for the president to keep his word, stop stalling, give us his answer on the Keystone XL pipeline and approve the Keystone XL pipeline for the jobs that it will create," Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) said on Tuesday.
- See more at: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/senator-obama-stop-stall...CNSNews.com
Feb 01 2014
An Obama administration analysis of the Keystone XL pipeline said it probably wouldn't alter the amount of oil ultimately removed from Canadian oil sands, boosting the pipeline's backers by suggesting it would have little impact on climate change.Wall Street Journal (News)
Feb 03 2014
A long-awaited State Department environmental report on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline indicates what the oil industry and its backers have been saying -- it won't have a big impact on carbon emissions that cause climate change. The report released Friday appears to give the Obama administration the cover it needs to approve the politically charged project, but not until May at theCNN (Online News)
Jul 31 2013
President Obama, who extolled the value of middle-class construction jobs during nearly five years of recession and recovery, has changed his tune to borderline contempt for the blue-collar jobs needed to build the Keystone oil pipeline. In a speech in Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. Obama actually chuckled derisively Tuesday when he mentioned that Republican lawmakers are promoting the pipeline proWashington Times