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 width=President Obama's recent veto of the controversial XL Pipeline Bill has some Republicans in the House and Senate fuming, but Congressman Rodney Davis (R-Taylorville) is not discouraged.


The Congressman tells Regional Radio that the next step to take is finding new ways to push the bill ahead, rather than attempting to sway the votes of Democrats in the Senate.


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He also added that a change in the Oval Office may be necessary to push forth the bill that could create 40,000 construction jobs.


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Congressman Davis serves Illinois' 13th District.

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