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Stopping the KXL Pipeline

The Keystone XL pipeline is a 1,179-mile pipeline that would flow 830,000 barrels of oil a day from the Alberta tar sands to Nebraska, eventually heading to refineries on the Gulf Coast. In 2015, under to pressure from a powerful coalition of First Nations, ranchers and farmers, environmentalists, youth defending their future, President Obama veto'd the pipeline.

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The Trump administration however has revived the once dead pipeline. March 24, 2017, the Trump approved TransCanada's application to build the pipeline. The Trump administration’s plans to expand the nation’s pipeline infrastructure will only be stopped by a coalition willing to lead with their hearts and put their bodies on the line.

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