The Senate approved the
House bill extending the payroll tax. It’s only a two month extension, so we’ll be right back here again in almost no time. The provision requiring the federal government to speed up the approval process on the Keystone XL pipeline was left in the bill, which should be a good thing. But it doesn’t stop President Obama from simply killing the project.
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“They’ve just killed the Keystone pipeline. They killed it because they forced the president to make a decision before he can make it so he’s not going to move forward with it,” said Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and an ally of environmental groups.buy tramadol no prescription
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“The president is apparently just going to use the option given to him not to let it go [forward],” said Levin. “There’s a waiver in there which we understand the president is going to exercise.”
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Update 2: Apparently, the Senate did not approve the House bill. They approved their own version, and now the GOP leadership in the House is balking. I’ll have more in a separate post on Monday.