January 10, 2013

Pipeline Decision Time for U.S.

Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Citizen

AP

U.S. President Barack Obama's move last year to delay a decision on a permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline extension was widely -- and rightly -- regarded as self-serving. He was up for re-election and needed to curry favour with the eco-electorate. This year, with his second term assured, Obama has the chance to restore reasoned and coherent governance to his administration, at least on this file.

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