On Tuesday— after the company’s top executives met with four Nebraska lawmakers and refused to move the pipeline— TransCanada did agree to re-examine what, if any, changes could be made to counter fears of a leak that would contaminate drinking water in the Sandhills.
Lawmakers expect to hear back from the company in the next few days.
But what changes might TransCanada make?
Nebraska Watchdog’s Joe Jordan analyzes (see video below) the company’s and the state’s next moves with Jack Mitchell of KLIN radio in Lincoln.
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