Tell President Obama: Reject the Keystone Pipeline

Sign Petition to Push Obama to Immediately Reject Keystone XL

The White House decision on whether the pipeline is in our national interest is imminent.

Together, we have emboldened the president to challenge Keystone.

And now we must urge the President to finally declare that dirty tar sands pipeline is not in our national interest.

Add Your Name Below to Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline

We the undersigned call on President Obama to immediately declare that the Keystone XL pipeline is not in our national interest. The pipeline would transport the dirtiest oil in the world across America’s largest freshwater aquifer, risking a major oil spill. Its approval will mean higher gasoline prices for U.S. motorists. The U.S. already has more oil than it can process, proving that passing the Keystone XL pipeline bill is not about supplying oil to the U.S. market, but rather lining the pockets of the big oil industry. Reject the Keystone XL pipeline.

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