Friday, February 13, 2015

Groups Call Time on Obama: Veto Congress' KXL Bill, Then Kill Project Outright

Sara Shor, a campaigner with 350.org, a group vocally opposed to the tar sands pipeline project known as KLX, described the ploy by Republicans and some Democrats in Congress to force its approval as a "charade" and said her group fully expects Obama to keep his pledge to veto the legislation. Obama now has ten days to veto or approve the legislation.

However, Shor added, "Once he vetoes this bill, the pipeline won't be stopped, so we hope he will then use his power to reject the pipeline outright."

More:  http://bullhorn.nationofchange.org/groups_call_time_on_obama_veto_kxl_bill

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