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  • In what turned out to be a surprise to virtually no one, the House voted yet again to approve the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. What now?
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  • The Obama administration became the first in history to make a Wilderness recommendation for the Refuge’s Coastal Plain as part of its preferred alternative in its final Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Wilderness Review.
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