TransCanada Launches Two Legal Challenges to Obama’s Rejection of Keystone

Company tries to revive its controversial pipeline project by appealing through NAFTA as well as the U.S. courts. By John H. Cushman Jr. Moving on two new legal fronts to overturn President Barack Obama’s rejection of its Keystone XL pipeline, TransCanada Corp. on Wednesday launched a free-trade challenge and a federal lawsuit to salvage the stranded project. See Also: Obama Rejects Keystone XL on Climate Grounds, ‘Right Here, Right Now’ 2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL Unique Hazards of Tar Sands Oil Spills Confirmed by National Academies of Sciences read more

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