(PJMedia) A state senator in Lincoln, Neb., who wasn’t afraid to sue God is doing what he can to stop TransCanada from taking over the last of the land it needs to build the Keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska.
At the same time, landowners opposed to the pipeline have gone back to the Nebraska Supreme Court for the second round in their fight against the pipeline.
A Native American tribe still says Keystone XL would be an act of war, and the man putting it all together for TransCanada hopes everyone involved can make this work.
TransCanada plans to run the pipeline from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, to a TransCanada network junction in the southeast corner of Nebraska.
But that won’t happen if Nebraska state Sen. Ernie Chambers has anything to say about it.