Fate of Keystone XL route may land in hands of Public Service Commission

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Jane Kleeb, founder and director of Bold Nebraska, helped focus opposition to Keystone XL pipeline.

Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014 12:00 am

As TransCanada Inc. weighs its next step in the fight over building the Keystone XL oil pipeline, Nebraska opponents say they are prepared if the battlefield shifts to the Public Service Commission.

One day after a judge's ruling stalled the project's approval in Nebraska, TransCanada said it has not decided whether to file for review by the commission or wait for the appeals process to play out.

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