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Keystone protesters begin walk across country

Protesters who support climate change legislation and who oppose the Keystone X-L pipeline project are marching across the country today. A group of protesters led by BOLD Nebraska will march to the state capital in Lincoln. BOLD's Jane Kleeb says they're delivering one-thousand petition signatures which ask the governor to disclose the contents of oil trains and oil pipelines. Kleeb says while opposition to Trans Canada's X-L pipeline project is growing, she doesn't expect a decision from President Obama on the project anytime soon. Kleeb says the Nebraska Supreme Court on September 5th will hear a case involving a state law that allowed the routing of the Keystone XL project through Nebraska.

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