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Tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline

Posted by Admin On February - 24 - 2014
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The State Department recently released its final environmental impact report on the Keystone XL pipeline. We only have until March 7 to make our voices heard!
An oil pipeline rupture is one of the most devastating things a community can experience. Last year, a pipeline carrying Canadian tar sand oil cracked in Mayflower, Arkansas. Twenty-two homes were evacuated as crude poured over people’s lawns and into nearby lakes. Even now, months after the initial spill, the residents of Mayflower are still suffering from breathing problems, vomiting, and migraines.

We cannot let this happen again. Demand that Obama protect our communities from pipeline disasters by rejecting the next big pipeline project.

TransCanada Corp. wants to build a giant pipeline through America’s heartland. This pipeline, dubbed the Keystone XL project, will put thousands of communities at risk of even worse spills. This is a risk we cannot take. We need to tell President Obama that the Keystone XL pipeline will only do harm.

We have until March 7th to tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. Take a stand and demand that Obama protect our communities by rejecting this extremely dangerous project.
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