President Obama:

Keystone XL will contribute to climate change, and fails the climate test. Don't wait to make your mark on history -- it's time to stop the pipeline.

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President Obama has threatened to veto legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.

With the President's veto threat, he has shown that he's willing to take some heat for standing up to the industry. In fact, when he's talked about Keystone XL lately, he's started to sound a little like we did way back when we began this fight.

President Obama has the support he needs -- from science, and from the people -- to reject the pipeline. An 830,000 barrel per day pipeline of the world's dirtiest oil will obviously contribute to climate change, failing his climate test.

Send a message to President Obama to stop Keystone XL now!