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Covered Wagon Arrest
Police is Wister make an unusual arrest over the weekend. They say Keith Woolery led and officer on a slow speed chase in his covered wagon. Officers say he intentionally made his mules go faster in attempts to get away. The police report shows the chase ended when Woolery rammed a police car with his mules and wagon.
Woolery says his mules got spooked at the lights and sirens of the patrol cars and that's what caused the accident. Police however, arrested Woolery for public intoxication as well as assault and battery on a police officer for his wagon slamming the patrol car.
Posted: Tuesday, August 7 2012, 08:40 PM CDT
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House passes GOP bill to speed pipeline approval
May 23, 2013 10:38 GMT
WASHINGTON (AP) -- House Republicans have pushed through legislation to bypass the president to speed approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas.
The bill was approved 241-175 largely along party lines. It's unlikely to be taken up by the Democratic-controlled Senate.
Democrats criticized the legislation as a blatant attempt to allow a foreign company to avoid environmental review. Republicans say the measure is needed to ensure that the pipeline first proposed in 2008 is built.
The measure would deem the project approved without a presidential permit, as required under current law, and with no further environmental review. It also would limit legal challenges to the project.
President Barack Obama has twice thwarted the pipeline project amid concerns about a proposed route through environmentally sensitive land in Nebraska. The White House approved a southern portion of the project from Oklahoma to Texas.
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