Tarred and Feathered
No matter what the State Department decides, TransCanada’s legal standing is as porous and unstable as the Sandhills themselves. And the question Americans need to ask the Obama administration and state politicians is this: Is our addiction to foreign oil really so irresistible that state lawmakers and the White House have to risk the health of U.S. citizens and trample their property rights?
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Write Secretary Hillary Clinton—at the U.S. Department of State, 2201 C Street NW, Washington, DC 20520—and urge her to deny TransCanada’s permit. Ask your legislators to make the same request. For the latest information on Keystone XL, go to Bold Nebraska.