Keystone XL pipeline continues to draw controversy, with Oklahoma among the states where there is concern
The Keystone XL Pipeline continues to draw controversy, which comes in the form of the American Burying Beetle. Oklahoma is one of the states in which the endangered insect lives.
The controversial Keystone XL pipeline continued to be a lightning rod this week, drawing heavy interest for an issue that operator TransCanada said is not yet a concern.
An official with environmental group the Center for Biological Diversity told the Omaha World-Herald that a decision this week by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would delay the pipeline...
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