The State Department is collecting it's final round of public comments on whether the dirty and dangerous Keystone XL Pipeline is in our national interest.
It is not. And they must reject the permit to build this pipeline.
These comments are especially important right now, because of new evidence of a shockingly cozy relationship between State Department Officials and lobbyists for the Canadian pipeline company TransCanada, and of major conflicts of interest in the pipeline review process.
The State Department may not be taking seriously it's obligation to to conduct an impartial evaluation of the impacts of this pipeline, but this decision is ultimately still up to the President.
I just submitted a public comment to send a strong message to President Obama and the State Department, and I hope you will too. Learn more and submit a comment at the link below:
Click here to see the Political Scandal on the Keystone pipeline: Canadian Tar Sand Pipeline Political Corruption