With President Obama issuing a veto on the Keystone Pipeline XL where does it go from here?
I doubt Congress will be able to override Obama's veto. When the Senate approved the pipeline, it was by a vote of 62-36. That's five votes short required to override a presidential veto.
The State Department has actually not made a formal recommendation on the project and I don't think they are in any hurry to do so. Even if they did recommend the project, I doubt Obama would reverse his position.