Keystone XL vetoed, and the Eurozone kicks the can

Kai Ryssdal Feb 24, 2015
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Keystone XL vetoed, and the Eurozone kicks the can

Kai Ryssdal Feb 24, 2015
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The line of the day goes to President Obamaby way of the ‘Marketplace Desk of News We Could have Told You Yesterday.

“I am hereby returning herewith, without my signature, S. 1, the ‘Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act.'”

Which is the long and presidential way of saying … veto.

Also, this note from Brussels, Belgium. Eurozone finance ministers rubber-stamped Greek economic reforms that Athens promised to write down as a condition of the bailout extension they got last week. Which means we’ll be doing the Greek debt crisis thing again come June.

Yep, the can kicked … once again.

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