Politics & Government

February 26, 2014 4:33 PM

Senators: Keystone pipeline needs review for health impacts

Saying the health impact of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline hasn’t been properly explored, two Democratic senators on Wednesday called on the Obama administration and Secretary of State John Kerry to conduct a comprehensive study on the human health impacts of tar sands and the proposed pipeline.

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