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Minn. businesses join effort to promote controversial Keystone XL pipeline

The group called Partnership to Fuel America will campaign in Minnesota and 10 other states in the Midwest. The proposed pipeline has drawn major opposition from people who fear it will harm the environment.
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The group called Partnership to Fuel America will campaign in Minnesota and 10 other states in the Midwest. The proposed pipeline has drawn major opposition from people who fear it will harm the environment.

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