Writing for the Detroit News, CEA’s Michael Whatley says that when taking into consideration its safety provisions, approving Keystone XL makes both environmental and common sense.
The numbers don’t lie. Constructing the Keystone XL pipeline will be a win-win for American consumers, both economically and environmentally.
Now, it’s up to our policymakers to get this right and finally support this long-awaited project. It’s clear in poll after poll that the majority of Americans already do. We hope the president looks a bit more closely at the facts and makes the clearly correct decision to support the issue and approve this “shovel-ready infrastructure project.”
Read the entire column at the Detroit News.