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The Senate's approval Thursday of legislation approving the Keystone XL pipeline was about more than just that project.
Moderates and Democrats from energy-rich states crossed party lines to support the oil-sands project.
President Obama intends to veto the bill, but the fight over the oil-sands pipeline will rage on.
Despite its iconic status, Keystone would generate far fewer emissions than the nation's fleet of power plants, a source of emissions that the president has pledged to crack down on as part of his climate agenda.
Automakers are pushing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, but they want the government to chip in.
There might be at least one energy priority in Washington that both Republicans and Democrats back.
Final passage of pipeline bill is expected Thursday.