The fight to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline is not over.TransCanada is pushing for the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline again, and while they may have the president's approval, TransCanada still needs a permit from the state of Nebraska to start construction.
Pipelines are tools for corporate profits that will only worsen our dependence on dirty fossil fuels, put our water at risk and unfairly hand over Indigenous land to a private oil company for private profit.The Nebraska Public Service Commission is currently accepting public comment as they assess whether Keystone XL is in the public's interest. Submit a public comment to the Public Service Commission today urging them to STOP construction of the Keystone XL.*The Public Service Commission requires the contact information below in order to receive your message.
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