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Landowner Fights TransCanada as They Put The Keystone XL Pipeline Across His Land

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Douglas, Texas, February 19, Mike Bishop's American flag flying upside down in front of his property. He flies his flag upside down to show his property is under distress as TransCanada installs the Keystone XL pipeline against his will.The Southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline was approved and fast-tracked by President Obama in 2012 thought the northern segment was put on hold for further environmental studies.
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Douglas, Texas, February 19, Mike Bishop's American flag flying upside down in front of his property. He flies his flag upside down to show his property is under distress as TransCanada installs the Keystone XL pipeline against his will.The Southern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline was approved and fast-tracked by President Obama in 2012 thought the northern segment was put on hold for further environmental studies.