Keystone XL's summer rerun

Back in the 1950s and early 1960s, when there were three US commercial networks and an infant one called educational television, programs went into "summer reruns" where selected episodes that aired during the standard 36-week season were shown again. Executives assumed that better weather meant most viewers would be outdoors and away from their TV sets. They thought fresh episodes would be a waste of money. The ongoing Keystone XL cross-border permit drama has been its own summer rerun for months. The crude oil pipeline project's supporters and opponents have repeated their earlier arguments. Obama administration officials, meanwhile, have said the US Department of State is tak...

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