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Oil & Gas Industry Gave 13 Times More Money to House Reps Voting for Senate Keystone XL Bill

 

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Feb. 11, 2015 -- Today, the House of Representatives passed S.1 (270-152), allowing TransCanada to complete the Keystone XL pipeline without a presidential permit or additional environmental review. The Senate passed the bill in January, but the White House said President Obama would veto the legislation.

How much did representatives voting 'YES' on S.1 receive from the oil and gas Industry compared to representatives voting 'NO'? Read more

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