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KXL = 42,000 Jobs
How many cars a day will Keystone XL fuel?

The Environmental Protection Agency indicates the typical passenger car uses an average 498 gallons of gasoline per year, while a light-duty truck will use 694 gallons. Apply a little math and this means the Keystone XL Pipeline could fuel approximately 11.6 passenger cars or 8.3 million light-duty trucks per day.

Union workers say #buildKXLnow
Railing Against Keystone XL is Running Over Midwestern Farmers

Willie Nelson and Neil Young, boosters of America’s farmer, will take the stage on Saturday in Nebraska to oppose a pipeline that would help solve a major problem for farmers.  A rail-jam caused by a spike in oil by rail shipments is delaying midwestern farmers from moving their harvest to market. If built, the Keystone XL Pipeline would help free…

Senator Tom Carper: KXL is part of an “all-of-the-above” energy plan
Heidi Heitkamp says #timetobuild
Keystone XL Will Reduce Overseas Imports by 43%
2.6 million miles
KXL will help “fuel the economy”

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