Editorials, Opinion

Leave pipeline behind to advance permitting reform

On Dec. 8, a section of the Keystone Pipeline passing through Kansas ruptured, spilling 14,000 barrels (about 588,000 gallons) of crude oil across farmland and into a creek. Just a couple

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