President Obama is visiting Boston for an event at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate on Monday morning. By now, you probably know the drill: if President Obama’s in Boston, we’ll be there to greet him. Another presidential visit, another #NoKXL rally — it’s all in a day’s work.
This time, though, everything’s different. After years of fighting, our grassroots movement just won a major victory: on February 24, President Obama vetoed a bill that would have required him to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. He could be just a few days away from rejecting the pipeline once and for all.
Victory is so close that we can practically taste it. We’re hoping this will be the last #NoKXL bird-dog in Boston — or anywhere else.
WHAT: #NoKXL Rally to Greet President Obama
WHERE: Meet at the JFK / UMass T stop, Columbia Rd exit, at 9:00 am
WHEN: Mon, March 30, 9:00am – 10:15am (meet at the T stop at 9:00 am and we’ll head over to the rally site together)
See you there!