Empower Wisconsin | Jan. 25, 2022
A year after President Joe Biden made canceling the Keystone XL pipeline one of his first orders of business, the small South Dakota town of Philip is reeling.
The pipeline was expected to create more than 10,000 jobs along the 2,147-mile route, including sizeable tax and economic revenue for small towns like Philip. Then, it was all gone with the stroke of Biden’s pen.
“It was literally like getting kicked in the stomach,” Jeff Birkeland, CEO of West Central Electric Cooperative, told Fox News.
Watch the video at Fox News.