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Nebraska Regulators Expect to Rule on Keystone XL Pipeline

“The rental value of nearby Nebraska real estate will be depressed by the pipeline’s presence,” lawyers for the landowners wrote. “It causes long-term operating efficiency losses for farm and ranch operators. The land will be permanently impaired.

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