Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to attend a fundraiser on Jan. 19 co-hosted by a former senator who now works for a company that lobbies on behalf of the Keystone XL pipeline.
One of the nation’s largest unions accused President Obama of betraying workers and the labor movement by blocking the Keystone Pipeline and is backing up its rhetoric with campaign donations to Republicans.
The Obama administration will reject the Keystone XL pipeline, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
The State Department said Wednesday that it has rejected a TransCanada request to suspend its review of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Hillary Clinton defended her changing political stances by saying that everyone on the stage at one point in time had done the same thing. Clinton also said that the changes occurred because of new information that had been released. While Clinton campaigned she was asked about the Keystone XL pipeline; she would defer to her time as secretary …
Despite Hillary Clinton’s coming out against the Keystone XL pipeline, the Democratic presidential candidate appeared at a fundraiser last Friday with major Democratic donors who are heavily invested in the oil and gas industry.
Hillary Clinton’s newly announced opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline places her in the camp of the Democratic Party’s environmentalist base and at odds with labor interests that have traditionally supported the party.
In an effort to court the liberal wing of the Democratic Party, presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton announced on Tuesday that she opposes construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.