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MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” visited Nebraska last weekend to interview farmers and ranchers who are now facing eminent domain claims by TransCanada to seize their land for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.

The interviews were conducted at the farm house of the Harrington sisters, whose family has farmed their land for over 150 years. Down the road from their farmhouse is the wind- and solar-powered barn built by volunteers on their land that sits directly in the path of the pipeline.

On Thursday, Jan. 29, “The Ed Show” ran another segment on eminent domain and Keystone XL that featured some of the interviews with Nebraska landowners like Jim Carlson, who told Ed he turned down over $300,000 from TransCanada to use his land for the pipeline.

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 Watch the latest segment below:

 Watch the first segment below: