Despite Pipeline Ruling, Landowner Vows to Continue Fight

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Pipe sections in Illinois await crews to weld and bury them during construction in 2009. This segment of the $12 billion Keystone pipeline project has already been built; a proposed pipeline through Texas still awaits government permits.
Pipe sections in Illinois await crews to weld and bury them during construction in 2009. This segment of the $12 billion Keystone pipeline project has already been built; a proposed pipeline through Texas still awaits government permits.

One of the last private landowners in Texas fighting the company laying the controversial Keystone XL pipeline suffered a major setback this week. But the landowner, a North Texas farmer, says she'll keep up the fight for property rights. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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