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Rancher Randy Thompson, right, addresses clockwise from bottom left: pipeline opponent Tom Genung of Hastings, Neb., Zack Hamilton, organic rancher and public advocacy coordinator Nebraska Farmers Union, Ben Gotschall, organic dairy farmer and activist with the pipeline opposition group Bold Nebraska, and landowner Joe Moler, at a March 12 meeting at Thompson's home in Martell, Neb. An unusual coalition of environmentalists, property rights advocates and ranchers is attempting to find new ways to derail ...

As odds grow long, opponents join forces in attempt to stop pipeline

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MARTELL, Neb. -- With a sense of grim determination, a group of unlikely allies has begun gathering at kitchen tables, in churches and along fence rows here to plot what could be the final battle in the four-year conflict over the Keystone XL pipeline.

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