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North and South Dakota political leaders criticize Obama over pipeline rejection

North and South Dakotans from both sides of the political aisle want to see a pipeline from Canada to Mexico run through their states. They're upset that the President rejected the proposal, saying a Congressional deadline does not allow enough time for environmental review.
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North and South Dakotans from both sides of the political aisle want to see a pipeline from Canada to Mexico run through their states. They're upset that the President rejected the proposal, saying a Congressional deadline does not allow enough time for environmental review.

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