The State Department should postpone its ruling on whether to clear TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline until several environmental issues are resolved, a group of lawmakers wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The department planned a year-end decision for the project, which aims to transport crude from Canadian oil sands to Gulf Coast refineries. "We are concerned that once again the Department of State has failed to appropriately address issues that were ignored or inadequately analyzed in the first environmental review," they wrote.

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