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August 26, 2011 3:09 PM

State Dept. sees no enviornmental harm in controversial oil sands pipeline

A pipeline that would greatly expand imports of oil sands crude from Canada won't significantly threaten water in the Great Plains or have much impact on climate change, the State Department argued in a final environmental impact statement it made public Friday.

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