The key to stopping Keystone XL? Follow the money
After years of protest and debate resulted in the rejection of the Keystone XL (KXL) pipeline under the Obama administration, all expectations are that the Trump administration is now just days away from reopening this national wound.
Trump is expected to reverse course and approve the controversial project that will move Canadian tar sands oil through U.S. territory to be sold to international markets. Let's be clear: the KXL pipeline would be a disaster — for clean water, clean air, indigenous and other land rights and the will of the millions of Americans who raised their voices in opposition.
Read more in my editorial on The Hill