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21 States Attorneys General Sue President Joe Biden Over Keystone XL Pipeline – NewsNet

Attorney’s General From 21 States Are Suing President Joe Biden For His Decision To Cancel The Keystone XL Pipeline.

The Lawsuit, Which Is Led By Ken Paxton Of Texas, Claims That Joe Biden Overstepped His Authority When He Revoked The Permit For The Pipeline On His First Day In Office.

According To The Lawsuit, The Line Would Run Through Multiple U.S. States Which Means Congress Should Have The Final Say Over Whether Or Not It’s Built.

Construction On The 1,200-mile Pipeline Started Last Year When Former President Donald Trump Revived The Long-delayed Project After It Had Stalled Under The Obama Administration.

It Would Run From The Oil Sand Fields Of Western Canada To Steele City, Nebraska, Where It Would Connect To Other Pipelines That Feed Oil Refineries On The U.S. Gulf Coast.

Biden Canceled The Permit Because Of His Concerns Over Climate Change.

When Filing The Lawsuit Paxton Said That Biden Is Failing The American People, Killing Tens Of Thousand Of Jobs And Making The Us More Dependent On Foreign Energy.


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