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Signs like this one in Bradshaw, Nebraska, express local resistance to the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast, which would run through Bradshaw. (associated press)

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Signs like this one in Bradshaw, Nebraska, express local resistance to the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the U.S. Gulf Coast, which would run through Bradshaw. (associated press)

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** FILE ** Work has begun on the Keystone XL Pipeline near Winona, Texas, but whether it will ever carry oil sands from central Canada to Gulf Coast refineries awaits a decision by President Obama. (Tyler [Texas] Morning Telegraph via Associated Press)

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Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Democrat, is still embracing President Obama and refusing to support to the Keystone XL pipeline, even though he is running neck and neck with his GOP challenger. (Associated Press)

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Sen. Mark Udall, Colorado Democrat, is still embracing President Obama and refusing to support to the Keystone XL pipeline, even though he is running neck and neck with his GOP challenger. (Associated Press)

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Folksy: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared the fight with Republicans over the Keystone XL pipeline to a greased pig contest in which a deal always slips out of his hands.

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Folksy: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared the fight with Republicans over the Keystone XL pipeline to a greased pig contest in which a deal always slips out of his hands.

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Folksy: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared the fight with Republicans over the Keystone XL pipeline to a greased pig contest in which a deal always slips out of his hands.

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** FILE ** Work has begun on the Keystone XL Pipeline near Winona, Texas, but whether it will ever carry oil sands from central Canada to Gulf Coast refineries awaits a decision by President Obama. (Tyler [Texas] Morning Telegraph via Associated Press)

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Sen. Bob Corker supports legislation that would remove the requirement for presidential approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. (Sen. Bob Corker)

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Sen. Bob Corker supports legislation that would remove the requirement for presidential approval of the Keystone XL pipeline. (Sen. Bob Corker)

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Wizipan Little Elk, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, and Art Tanderup, a farmer, both with the Cowboy and Indian Alliance stand in the reflecting pool on the National Mall, far left, to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline, Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 24, 2014. The protesters are part of a weeklong ÒReject and ProtectÓ protest hosted by the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and leaders of seven Native American tribes here to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. Park Police prevented a group of protesters from inflating a giant mock pipeline. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Wizipan Little Elk, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, second from right, and Art Tanderup, left, a farmer, both with the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, stand in the reflecting pool on the National Mall to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline, Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 24, 2014. The protesters are part of a weeklong ÒReject and ProtectÓ protest hosted by the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and leaders of seven Native American tribes here to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. Park Police prevented a group of protesters from inflating a giant mock pipeline. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Wizipan Little Elk, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, left, and Art Tanderup, right, a farmer, with the Cowboy and Indian Alliance stand in the reflecting pool on the National Mall to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline, Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 24, 2014. The protesters are part of a weeklong ÒReject and ProtectÓ protest hosted by the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and leaders of seven Native American tribes here to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. Park Police prevented a group of protesters from inflating a giant mock pipeline. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Giiwe Dinookwe of the Sagkeeng Nation, Manitoba, Canda speaks to Kate Diamond of Washington, D.C. about a protest of the Keystone XL Pipeline on the National Mall, Washington, D.C., Wednesday, April 23, 2014. The teepees are on the National Mall as part of a weeklong ÒReject and ProtectÓ protest hosted by the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and leaders of seven Native American tribes here to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Giiwe Dinookwe of the Sagkeeng Nation, Manitoba, Canda walks past teepees during a week long protest of the Keystone XL Pipeline on the National Mall, Washington, D.C., Wednesday, April 23, 2014. The teepees are on the National Mall as part of a weeklong ÒReject and ProtectÓ protest hosted by the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, a group of ranchers, farmers and leaders of seven Native American tribes here to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)