A recent environmental report cleared the way for a decision on the Keystone XL Pipeline. Now a diverse band of activists is working to kill the project. The activists include both environmental groups and ranchers angry about intrusions on their property.
The pipeline would transport oil from the tar sands in Alberta through South Dakota to refineries on the Texas gulf coast.
On Monday, Congresswoman Kristi Noem announced she's joined a bi-partisan group of 145 House members co-sponsoring a bill to get the project moving.