washingtonpost.com – The Senate is set to vote on the Keystone XL pipeline for the first time on Tuesday, but the debate over what the construction and oil production could mean for the states where it will run through has gone on for years and years — as has the federal regulatory process assessing whether the pipeline should cross all the way to Canada. Here’s a quick round-up about what’s been happening along the pipeline’s proposed path — from supporters and opponents.


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