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June 27, 2012

Keystone pipeline out of transportation bill

A Sr. Democratic aide also reported that both the House and Senate are close to an overall deal but have not yet wrapped everything up.


April 18, 2012

House passes transportation extension, bill advancing pipeline

The Senate rejected an effort to include the project in its two-year $109-billion transportation bill, while Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) found it difficult to garner support for his original five-year $260 billion package that called for the advancement of the Keystone XL pipeline.


March 30, 2012

UPDATED: Congress passes 90-day extension of transportation bill

The bill, which would extend SAFETEA-LU and the collection of motor fuels taxes that are deposited in the Highway Trust Fund through June 30, 2012, is expected to be signed by President Barack Obama.


March 21, 2012

Mica touts House authorization bill

In related news, Mica also announced that he will introduce a three-month extension of highway and transit programs. The extension will not include changes to current transportation policy.


March 8, 2012

Rep. Boehner urges party support for House authorization bill

Proposal, which has stalled due to the inability to garner Republican support, was meant to help the party stake an election-year claim to being the party of job creation


February 24, 2012

Boehner, GOP rethink $260B authorization bill

Democrats on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, who felt they did not have a hand in writing the bill, applauded the news and are hopeful to be more involved in the process.


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