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UA, Laborers talk Keystone Pipeline on CNBC

As we head into the holiday season, the Keystone XL Pipeline remains one of the hottest topics on Capitol Hill. Supporters of the pipeline, including several building trades international unions, say the massive 1,661-mile project will generate thousands of jobs, and are urging the Obama Administration to grant final approval so that construction can begin.

Earlier this week, CNBC's Larry Kudlow interviewed Brent Booker, head of the Laborers' Construction Department and President and Co-Chair of the NMAPC, and David Barnett from the UA, about the Keystone Pipeline. Click here to watch the video.

And, if you missed our coverage of the recent Keystone Capitol Hill hearing, you can catch up here.

12/15/2011