Keystone XL

Jon Queally, staff writer
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Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Opponents of the Keystone XL
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Jon Queally, staff writer
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With Tuesday's expected close Senate vote on Keystone - and protesters descending on Mary Landrieu's lawn with an inflatable pipeline to give her a taste of what's to come - it's remarkable most media missed the stunning admission by TransCanada's CEO that, yes, Keystone will in fact create just 50 permanent jobs (along with more lousy short-term ones and of course much long-term devastation.) Call your senators.