The argument peaks when the case for Keystone XL wanes

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Author(s) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board
Source Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Date November 21, 2014
Quotes-start.png While procrastination has inflated the symbolic significance of the pipeline for both sides, the delay has helped to clarify the issue. The threat of climate change has increased, the claims about the pipeline creating lasting jobs have diminished. As for the energy argument, the United States is now exporting much petroleum, and gasoline is becoming cheaper at the pump. In short, the great political argument about the Keystone XL pipeline is coming to a head just when it’s harder to make a case for it. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Pipeline should be built on the topic Keystone XL pipeline.