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Oklahomans voice their support for the Keystone pipeline

October 01, 2011 J

MIDWEST CITY - A boisterous and large crowd filled the Reed Center Friday evening to let the State Department know that Oklahomans favor an expansion of the Keystone Pipeline Project from its current end in Cushing.

Hundreds were in attendance, ranging from union workers and political and business leaders that all favored the project to those who opposed the plan due to environmental concerns. And AFP-Oklahoma and a swarm of activists were there to stand in favor of the project because it will be a major boost to the state's economy, providing great jobs for Oklahomans and opening new revenue streams for tax coffers.

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