The Obama administration’s decision to turn down the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is the right decision according to The Wilderness Society senior director for legislative affairs David Moulton.
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The following statement from David Moulton, director of climate policy for The Wilderness Society, is in response to the Obama administration delaying action on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
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