Graham Christensen

Nebraska Farmers Union

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Public Affairs Director for the Nebraska Farmers Union and owner of a 144-year-old farm

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President Obama says Republicans forced his decision to  reject the Keystone XL Pipeline , designed to bring Canadian shale oil 1600 miles from Alberta to Gulf Coast refineries.

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For Democrats, it's environmentalists versus organized labor; for Republicans, the oil industry versus Midwestern farmers and ranchers.

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