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IndigenousEnviroNet Nov 8
BREAKING! Tonight Federal Judge Brian Morris rescinded the Presidential Permit of Pipeline - in a lawsuit filed by Indigenous Environmental Network . Judge Morris’s 54-page Order overturns the Trump Administration’s approval of the KXL Pipeline
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Dallas Goldtooth Nov 8
BREAKING! A federal judge just vacated presidential permit of - in a lawsuit filed by Indigenous Environmental Network ! All construction must stop! !
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Nathan V Nov 8
It hasn't been in the news lately, but tonight's court ruling on is a huge deal. We've fought against this pipeline for 10(!) years. This decision makes it increasingly unlikely it will ever get built (1/)
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NRDC 🌎 Nov 9
In a huge win for environmental activists and tribal groups, a federal judge has blocked construction on , & ruled that the Trump administration violated the law and ignored crucial issues of climate change when approving the tar sands pipeline.
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RealCoastalWarriors Nov 8
MASSIVE VICTORY! Judge blocks construction of - “An agency cannot simply disregard contrary or...
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Polar Bear Garage Nov 14
The most powerful evidence against any further construction of ? The performance of pipelines we already have. Time-lapse video maps nearly 8,000 US pipeline "incidents," shows running count hundreds of deaths, thousands of injuries,
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Vivian Krause Nov 9
Here’s the lead applicant behind yesterday’s ruling against . This is another group specifically funded as part of to “landlock” Canadian crude & keep it out of overseas markets.
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American Petroleum Institute 18h
API's Robin Rorick: "Pipelines like KXL are the backbone of our nation’s energy infrastructure and one of the most environmentally sound ways to transport the fuel and petroleum products that power America every single day." via
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April Thompson 21h
Remember when a federal judge shut down ? No surprise here, have violated the judge's decision and construction is still going on! Only good thing there is when they rip through private or tribal property, those affected have their 2nd Amendment remedies!
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350 dot org Nov 8
"This momentous ruling is a major victory that sends the Trump administration and TransCanada back to the drawing board on ." Read the full statement from the coalition:
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Annie Rosenthal 14h
. - has done reporting & activism around your investments in the pipeline (an ex: ). Protecting the planet, & the well being of the people on it, is important to me & a major reason why I cannot stay with .
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@realDonaldTrump  🌻🚩 Nov 14
Thanks to the NAFTA that Dear Leader Obama loved, and his years-long dithering on Keystone XL, a ruling by a federal judge appointed by Obama blocking could be overturned.
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Tom Steyer Nov 9
pipeline blocked for the reason it is bad for climate change. A federal judge in Montana notices what our corrupt and stupid president won’t: We are in grave and imminent danger. Sanity appears!
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High Country News 10h
Controversial dealt a severe blow by federal judge, saying Trump ignored “inconvenient facts” when he gave the go ahead.
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Canada Action Nov 8
The only winners of blocking are other heavy oil suppliers to the USA. 🇻🇪 Venezuela 🇲🇽 Mexico 🇧🇷 Brazil 🇸🇦 Saudi Arabia 🇪🇨 Ecuador As “environmental” groups celebrate, remember who really benefits from this decision and ask why they ignore other suppliers.
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Greenpeace USA Nov 8
YES! Judge blocks ! >> Thanks to all the tar sands pipeline fighter out there who never give up! ✊✊✊
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Eric Orts Nov 12
Sharing my analysis of the Keystone XL pipeline injunction by a federal court with colleagues on Wharton Business Radio, Knowledge@Wharton, Sirius XM 132, today at 11 am (rebroadcast at 11 pm).
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Bearded Extra #4 Nov 14
Don't forget he sold out he steelworkers and used Canadian steel for the failed
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Lexiconista Nov 9
Happy harbinger? is halted.
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Pipelines & Alternatives 19h
TransCanada Corp. says it doesn’t know when it will be able to build its pipeline after a Montana judge stopped it last week but it is confident the project will make money once it is built and in service.
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