They need to come up with something to push it through.
Check it out:
Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.) said Keystone XL advocates in the Senate have nearly enough votes to push through legislation that would set a hard deadline for President Obama to make a decision on the project.
Lawmakers are ready to pursue multiple options to push a decision on the pipeline, following the release of the State Department’s final environmental review of the $5.4 billion project.
The environmental analysis, released on Friday, said Keystone XL would not significantly add to greenhouse gas emissions, prompting a call for “no more excuses” from advocates of the pipeline.
And to stop further delays, Hoeven and other lawmakers might propose legislation that would create a deadline for a decision.