The only way you can sum it up is political gridlock.
That is the view of Matt Koch, vice-president of the United State Chamber of Commerce from Washington, D.C. Koch, along with other members of the U.S. Chamber were in Steele City Friday touring the TransCanada pump station and weighing in on the fate of the proposed Keystone XL project.
The long-debated project Koch said is entirely in the hands of the President of the United states and other Democrats who are waiting to either push it forward or stop it depending on how the Fall elections go, he said.
"Where we are standing right here today, is very important ground," Koch said. "Steele City, Nebraska is one of the most important places in the United States and is on virtually everyone's RADAR."