Rep. Steve womack (R-AR) says "It starts by building the Keystone Pipeline. Put thousands of Americans to work, about our energy motion more and transmission cost energy, safely, to consumers across the land."
A state department study estimates the keystone pipeline would create more than 42-thousand direct and indirect jobs. While house lawmakers passed a bill approving the pipeline without the president's signature, the proposal has stalled in the senate.
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