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As odds grow long, opponents move to stop pipeline

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MARTELL, Neb. (AP) — With a sense of grim determination, a group of unlikely allies has begun gathering at kitchen tables, in churches and along fence rows here to plot what could be the final battle in the four-year conflict over the Keystone XL pipeline. After months of quiet, a recent State Department report dismissing the ecological impact of the pipeline has cleared the way for a final...

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