Today marks 1,700 days since TransCanada first submitted its application to the U.S. State Department for a Presidential Permit to construct the Keystone XL. Here are five things you should know about the landmark jobs and energy project:
WASHINGTON, DC – On the heels of President Obama’s public declarations last Friday that there was no evidence that the massive new health care law is increasing premiums, the Energy and Commerce Committee this week released a report entitled “The Looming Premium Rate Shock.” The report chronicles internal analyses provided by 17 of the nation’s largest health insurance companies that confirm the new heal
Americans worried about the ramifications of Obamacare got the chance to voice their concerns and ask questions of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
After four years of waiting for Keystone’s jobs and energy supplies, union workers are rallying in support of the project which will create thousands of jobs and bring greater energy security to America.
As Clock Ticks, Sweeping Bipartisan Vote in the Senate Spotlights Path Forward Toward Congressional Approval of Keystone XLMarch 26, 2013 | Blog Post
American families are looking to Washington for solutions. They’re working to put food on the table, pay rising gas prices, and for far too many of our friends and neighbors, the challenge is just finding a job. The concerns of America’s middle class are at the forefront, and that’s why it’s worth noting an opportunity to create thousands of jobs and provide energy security. It’s the Keystone XL pipeline.