(KCEN) -- A bipartisan group of lawmakers is working together get the Keystone Pipeline approved.
Congressman Lee Terry of Nebraska introduced legislation today that would take approval of the project out of President Obama's hands.
On Thursday, Republican Senator John Hoeven and Democratic Senator Max Baucus introduced a similar measure in the Senate.
Senator Hoeven says they are tired of waiting for the President to make a decision.
Hoeven says the pipeline would create jobs and lower fuel costs for Americans.