Arkansas Attorney General on Keystone XL Pipeline revocation

Ripple effects continue following the halting of the Keystone Pipeline.

A coalition of ag advocates is now calling on the administration to reinstate the permit, in an effort to ensure the wellbeing of local economies.

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge speaks with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the impact of the revocation, what he is calling for, and the value of the pipeline.

“This deals with our energy independence, it’s an economic impact for Americans... So, we’re asking President Biden to do the right thing and to put the permit back in place and to recant that terrible executive order that hurt American energy independence, that hurt American jobs, and that’s hurting American paychecks,” Rutledge states.

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