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Yet more controversy over the Keystone Pipeline as opponents celebrate the completion of a barn that was built right in the path of the project! Organizers planned several events Sunday to thank volunteers and mark the completion of the solar- and wind-powered barn that is intended to block the pipeline.

Talk about putting your money where your mouth is!  Steyer has spent more than 2 million bucks fighting the pipeline that's designed to carry Canadian crude oil to the Gulf Coast.

Those behind the project say TransCanada will have to either destroy the barn or change the route , that’s if it gets permission to build.  Looks like this one might get nasty folks