Another hostage taking in the works to force feed Keystone XL pipeline down our throats? ... Warning from the Sierra Club

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I received an email on 6/11/12 from Ann Mesnikoff of The Sierra Club, the first I have received in a while about the Keystone XL pipeline. It appears that there may be another hostage taking in the works by republicans in Congress to get the pipeline extensions approved. This time, they are seeking to attach the Keystone XL provisions and other anti-environmental regulation provisions to the transportation bill ... all this to please their owners (i.e. donors), the big oil and big coal industry. Here we go again !

Here is a link to a web-based copy of the email :

http://action.sierraclub.org/site/MessageViewer?em_id=242744.0&dlv_id=209342

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Thank you. I signed.

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Here is an update from Ann Mesnikoff of the Sierra Club on the Keystone XL and the transportation bill :

http://action.sierraclub.org/site/MessageViewer?em_id=243301.0&dlv_id=209821

miksilvr
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I checked out the link and read the message. I am one of the lucky people who have Senators that I can count on to stop Keystone.

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