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Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline, 271K Jobs Added in October

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After seven years of debate, the Obama administration rejected the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Obama said the project, which would extend from Canada to Texas, served "no national interest." The New York Times' Coral Davenport explains what's behind the decision. Also on Friday, the October jobs report was released showing over 270,000 jobs added and an unemployment rate down to 5%.

Aired: 11/06/15

Rating: NR

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