Tell Pres. Obama and Sec. Kerry:

This week farmers, ranchers and members of US Tribes and Canadian First Nations will be in Washington DC for Reject and Protect.  President Obama and Sec. Kerry should meet with the Cowboy Indian Alliance at their encampment and get their story of what this pipeline would mean on the ground.

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President Obama's decision on Keystone XL has been delayed -- but he can still do the right thing.

The decision to delay was made -- supposedly -- to account for the impact of a possible new pipeline route in Nebraska. As it happens, this week Nebraskans and members of US Tribes and Canadian First Nations will be in Washington -- the President and Sec. Kerry should meet with the Cowboy Indian Alliance at their encampment and get their story of what this pipeline would mean on the ground.