This is going to get interesting.

As expected, the House easily passed a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday — setting the stage for drama next week in the Senate, where supporters are inching close to the filibuster-proof majority needed to send the measure to President Barack Obama’s desk.

The White House hasn’t issued an official statement on the bill but has given every indication that Obama would probably veto it.
“I have to constantly push back against the idea that Keystone is either a massive jobs bill for the U.S. or is somehow lowering gas prices,” Obama said during his joint appearance with dissident leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

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