NH veterans group, some state reps calls for approval of Keystone XL Pipeline
At a news conference Wednesday, the group called on President Obama and the state’s congressional delegation to approve the proposed,1,179-mile pipeline that stretches from Hardisty, Alberta, Canada, to Steele City, Neb.
The group, Vets4Energy, believes the project is critical for the country’s energy security.
However, the veterans group said the failure to approve the pipeline is another example of Washington gridlock.
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