Congressmen To Take Keystone Shutdown Message From Phillip To D.C.

Congressmen To Take Keystone Shutdown Message From Phillip To D.C.

PHILLIP — South Dakota Congressman Dusty Johnson and congressman from North Dakota and Washington met with Haakon County residents Monday to hear what the impact of the Keystone X-L pipeline cancellation has had on them. North Dakota Congressman Kelly Armstrong says the shutdown will have ripple effects…

Congressman Dan Newhouse of Washington is chair of the Western Caucus and says impacts of the shutdown go beyond the construction…

Johnson says what they heard at the round table in Phillip will be valuable in trying to reverse the decision…

Armstrong says the basis for his legislation is ‘simple” in that it eliminates the presidential permit process and states the existing environmental statements are valid and calls the legislation “good policy no matter who’s in the White House”.