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  • Monday, June 6, 2016

    Three Candidates, Three Energy Policies – Keystone And Fracking

    On the issues: Climate change, environmental policy divide candidates

    Eric DuVall, June 6, 2016 (united Press International)

    “…The Keystone XL pipeline proposal for a massive, 1,200-mile pipe to ship light crude oil stretching from the Canadian tar sands across the U.S. plains to American refineries on the Gulf of Mexico] generated years of political controversy…After six years of environmental review, the Obama administration rejected the proposal…[It was the single largest point of contention between Clinton and Sanders on environmental issues…[But after] the Obama administration finally rejected the proposal, Clinton did as well. Sanders criticized Clinton's late decision…Trump has also taken a nuanced position…[He said he would consider authorizing the project if the Canadian builder commits to share the profits with American communities where the pipeline runs…

    “…[On natural gas hydraulic fracturing, or [fracking, which critics say represents environmental dangers and proponents say] is safe and could unleash America's vastly untapped natural gas reserves, Trump is on record supporting it] and said the industry could create 2 million jobs in seven years if restrictions are lifted…Clinton has not proposed the outright ban on fracking advocated by Sanders and others on the left. She does, however, propose a number of restrictions, including retaining the ban on fracking on federal land, and in communities and states where laws are on the books banning the practice [which, she has said, will leave] many places in America where fracking will continue…” click here for more

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