GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -- The federal State Department comes to Grand Island in two weeks to hear what you have to say about a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. You have to register to make comments. The April 18th meeting inside the Heartland Event Center in Grand Island starts at Noon. Registration starts at 11am. You can't make a comment if you don't register. The decision on whether TransCanada gets permission to build the $7 billion, 1,700 mile pipeline from Canada to the Texas Gulf, through Nebraska, remains for President Obama to make.