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With the much-delayed Keystone XL pipeline project about to be put back on track, environmentalists are vowing to use both the courts and guerrilla-style tactics, such as setting up protest camps along the pipeline's construction route, to stump the oil project. (Associated Press)
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With the much-delayed Keystone XL pipeline project about to be put back on track, environmentalists are vowing to use both the courts and guerrilla-style tactics, such as setting up protest camps along the pipeline's construction route, to stump the oil project. (Associated Press)

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