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Taking A Stand
Mon Apr 8, 2013 11:58 AM CDT

Julia Trigg Crawford returned to manage her family’s 650-acre Texas farm two years ago believing it would be a nice change of pace from her high-pressure corporate career as an executive recruiter in Houston. Crawford had no way of knowing she would soon find herself embroiled in a pitched property rights battle. That struggle with TransCanada Corp., the multi-national firm now building a section of its Keystone XL Pipeline through Texas—also wanted to bury pipe across a 30-acre pasture owned by the Crawford family.

“I stepped in at just the ...

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