Senate security had to remove several protestors from the Senate gallery immediately after senators rejected legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
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It was not immediately clear who the protestors were, but a Native American man could at first be heard singing in a tribal language. The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, which resides along the pipeline route, opposes the project and has called it an act of war.

Four young protestor in the gallery then started to chant “No KXL.” A Senate security guard peacefully removed the protesters, who left in a single-file line.