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Jim Carlson pulls a pigweed plant from his field of soy beans in Silver Creek, north of Osceola, Neb. The route of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline runs through this field. Carlson said he supports turning to county officials and zoning boards to approve resolutions formally opposing the pipeline, in hopes of a symbolic win to show the federal government that the project has local opposition. (AP file photo)

York County, Neb., puts off anti-pipeline resolution

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YORK, Neb. (AP) -- The York County Board of Commissioners has postponed a vote on a resolution opposing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline in the eastern Nebraska county.

Several dozen people crammed into the boardroom Tuesday morning, some to oppose the measure and others to support it, the York News-Times reported.

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