Letters to the Editor

Pipeline jobs

I read about the president’s plan to veto the Keystone pipeline and listened to his excuses for doing it. The suit in Nebraska was the most recent and that has been settled. The investigations about the safety have gone on for more than six years.

Then there is the excuse that the jobs are temporary. Creating 30,000 to 40,000 temporary jobs and 1,000 permanent jobs is not so bad. Maybe some of those who have stopped looking for work will be among those who will get jobs, temporary or permanent.

Howard Wallach, Miami