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AMY GOODMAN: When we come back from break, we’ll talk about the fight to save the Keystone XL pipeline. And we’re also joined by John Bonifaz, a co-founder of the organization that first published the “Dump Keystone” list, and we’ll talk about the implications of its publication.
This is Democracy Now! When we come back, we’re also joined by Greenpeace co-founder Ben Adler. And, more importantly, we’re still waiting for a response from the Obama administration.
Well, for more, we’re in Washington, D.C., where we’re joined by John Bonifaz, an attorney with the Earth Justice Defense Council, co-former chief counsel for the Congressional Black Caucus, co-founder of Fight for the Future; Ben Adler, founder of 350.org; and we will be broadcasting today from the House of Representatives. I’m Amy Goodman, with Juan González, and this is Democracy Now!
JUAN GONZÁLEZ: I’d like to ask you both about “Dump Keystone.”
JOHN BONIFAZ: Well, for a number of reasons, we felt that the Obama administration would be best served by doing exactly what this list did: taking the word of the people who voted, and making sure they’re not forgotten.
AMY GOODMAN: Let me talk about this issue. At this moment, the US is the only G-7 industrial power standing firm to stand against the Keystone XL pipeline, the pipeline that would carry oil from Canada’s tar sands to refineries in the Gulf of Mexico. The pipeline’s opponents have already filed lawsuits and lawsuits of their own against the Obama administration over its refusal to greenlight the project. They have made an astonishing amount of noise, but are they getting anything from the administration at all?
JOHN BONIFAZ: Well, of course, they’re not. So, the question is not about this particular piece of legislation. The question is: What does a democracy look like? And
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