The Keystone Pipeline

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The Keystone Pipeline is an oilpipeline system that carries crude oil from Alberta, Canada to several pointsin the U.S. Approval of full use of the Keystone XL Pipeline has been debatedand repeatedly postponed since 2011. On April 18, 2014, the Obamaadministration announced that the review of the Keystone XL Pipeline would bedelayed yet again, likely until after the Nov. 4 congressional elections.

 

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Should the Keystone XL Pipeline be approved and completed?
 Yes, the Keystone XL Pipeline would provide reliable access to Canadian oil, increasing energy security in the U.S. and strengthening our relationship with Canada as a top U.S. energy ally.
 No, and the U.S. should stop all drilling and hydraulic fracking within our borders to reduce CO2 emissions and groundwater pollution.
 I have no opinion on this issue.
 No, if the Keystone XL Pipeline is approved, emissions of CO2 will sharply increase and result in even more carbon pollution damage to the environment.
 Yes, and the U.S. should also expand drilling within our own borders to create more jobs and lessen our oil dependence on other countries.

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