Senate and House to Consider Keystone XL Pipeline Legislation

By Frank Vlossak.

In the next two weeks, both the House and Senate are expected to take up legislation to approve TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline. With 60 or more Senators expected to vote to invoke cloture and end any filibuster, both chambers are on track to approve the legislation. It is likely however that President Obama will veto the bill, although the Administration has yet to explicitly threaten such action. If the President vetoes the bill, it is unlikely that proponents have sufficient votes to override the veto.  


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