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The project is the first major pipeline proposed in North Dakota since thousands camped in opposition of the Dakota Access pipeline, but a ...

Regulators consider first major ND pipeline since Dakota Access ... "We want to make sure we're prepared for any type of protest," Fedorchak said. ... Commissioner Brian Kroshus said the Dakota Access protests "really ...
... Dakota Access pipeline protesters further down during a protest at a ... of the estimated $38 million cost to police protests of the pipeline.

The Dakota Access pipeline protest camp north of Cannon Ball on Sept. ... The $3.8 billion oil pipeline was the subject of monthslong protests ...
The pipeline was delayed months by the legal battle and protests in ... within the protest groups, and even monitored traffic on a state highway.
"In my dozen years of monitoring state legislation, I've certainly not seen a wave of anti-protest bills this large," said ACLU attorney Lee Rowland.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - President Donald Trump won't be added as a defendant in a lawsuit over the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline that he pushed to completion, a federal judge announced as one of the conditions of allowing a group of Sioux tribal ...
Energy Transfer Partners has quite the extensive spill history.
activists calling on L.A. to divest its funds from Wells Fargo bank over its financial support of the Dakota Access pipeline called off a planned appearance at City ...
Climate justice activists gathered in front of the White House to protest the Army Corps of Engineers granting of an easement to proceed with the construction of the last leg of the Dakota Access pipeline. Feb. 8, 2017, Washington, DC (Photo by Stephen ...
In a decision the Standing Rock Sioux and their supporters lauded as a potential turning point, a federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to conduct additional environmental reviews of the Dakota Access pipeline, renewing the possibility it ...
Pilot Mound - Members of the Bakken pipeline Resistance Coalition, private landowners, American Indians and supporters gathered Saturday near Pilot Mound for their second-annual river flotilla in opposition of the Dakota Access/Bakken pipeline. An ...
A planned event to protest the Dakota Access pipeline Saturday has turned into a celebration over a recent decision by a federal judge that stated the pipeline company failed to perform an adequate environmental study. According to the ruling by ...
That was the phrase used over and over by law enforcement from North Dakota and Morton County. It was supposed to serve as a box to limit First Amendment and civil disobedience actions by water protectors opposing the Dakota Access oil pipeline ...

The pipeline faced months of massive resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, members of hundreds of other Indigenous tribes from across The Americas, as well as non-Native allies.
The announcement was welcome news after months in which the pipeline was moving forward. To review, it's been almost five months since President Trump's executive orders authorized the completion of the Dakota Access pipeline and nearly four months ...
Recall the protests at Standing Rock against the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, or protests against the Keystone XL pipeline. Now a proposed 600-mile natural gas pipeline planned to traverse parts of West Virginia, Virginia, and North ...
Native American tribes scored a legal victory in their long-fought case against the Dakota Access pipeline, but it is unclear whether a judge will actually stop oil from flowing, even temporarily, when the parties meet again next week.
Specifically, the judge said the Army Corps of Engineers, which must approve pipelines that cross water, "did not adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or environmental justice, or the degree to which the ...
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has ruled that the Trump administration failed to follow proper environmental procedures when it granted approval to the controversial Dakota Access pipeline project. It's a legal victory for the Standing Rock Sioux ...
Most Americans are likely familiar with the heated debate over the Dakota Access pipeline, which culminated in protesters joining Sioux at the Standing Rock Reservation to protest the oil pipeline that would cut through it. Despite the country's months ...
In January, Trump dropped the Obama-sanctioned study and signed an executive order to expedite the construction of the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access pipelines, speeding up the Corps' final approval of permits. ... Signs left by protesters ...
An American Indian activist and former U.S. congressional candidate accused of inciting a riot during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline says he has no qualms about taking the case to trial, even though he could face more than five years ...
In this Feb. 6, 2014 file photo, Chase Iron Eyes, an attorney and American Indian activist on the Standing Rock Reservation, is seen in Fort Yates, N.D.
... was wrong in claiming security exemptions allowed them to withhold documents sought by several Ohio newspapers about the state's troopers being deployed in November to provide security during protests over completion of the Dakota Access pipeline.
protesters display a banner to protest against the financing of the Dakota Access oil pipeline by Swiss banks UBS and Credit Suisse as participants arrive ahead of the annual shareholder meeting of Swiss bank UBS in Basel, Switzerland.
An anonymous cohort of designers, working under the name Alma and Friends, is mapping the effects and missed opportunities surrounding the $3.8 billion pipeline. The group built the maps on their own time (more than 200 hours of it) using GIS data.
After months of protests, more than 750 arrests, and high-profile interventions by both the Obama and Trump administrations, the first part of the battle over the Dakota Access pipeline has ended. Oil is now ... Donald Trump and the Order of the ...
Over the past year, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe fought to protect its clean water, sacred lands and Indigenous rights by resisting the Dakota Access pipeline in a series of peaceful protests against Energy Transfer Partners' plans to build the ...
Peaceful protests that began April 1, 2016, to try to stop construction of the Dakota Access pipeline largely died down in February when the main protest camp was cleared. Oil drilling began on June 1. While they may have lost this battle, the ...
Des Moines - Although oil has begun flowing through the controversial Dakota Access pipeline, Iowa activists aren't giving up their battle against the $3.8 billion project.
The $3.8 billion pipeline is moving North Dakota oil through South Dakota and Iowa to a distribution point in Illinois. President Donald Trump's administration and the courts allowed construction to wrap up earlier this year after months of protests by ...
President Donald Trump has joked about approving the last section of the Dakota Access pipeline and how little he was criticised during an infrastructure investment speech.
Dan Ebel is one of several O'Brien County farmers who has the $3.8-billion Dakota Access pipeline going through his land.
A Colorado woman accused of shooting a gun at police officers during the Standing Rock protests now wants out of jail as she awaits her July 15 trial, the Bismarck Tribune reports.
A Court of Claims judge has upheld a ruling that the state illegally refused to release public records about the deployment of 37 troopers to a North Dakota ...
Bismarck, North Dakota - A woman accused of shooting at law officers during a protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants to get out of jail before her trial next month. An attorney for 38-year-old Red Fawn Fallis argues releasing Fallis from ...
FILE - This Sept. 29, 2016, file photo, shows a section of the Dakota Access pipeline under construction near St. Anthony in Morton County, N.D.
The 1,172-mile pipeline is expected to carry 520,000 tons of oil daily from North Dakota to Illinois via South Dakota and Iowa, according to Energy Transfer Partners, the company that developed the pipeline. Protesters, led by the Standing Rock Sioux ...
In Part 2 of our conversation, Antonia Juhasz dives deep into how the private military contractor TigerSwan targeted protests against the the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline had faced widespread resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux ...
The oil pipeline construction that sparked nationwide protests is now complete, and the pipeline is in service.
As people nationwide rallied last year to support the Standing Rock Sioux's attempts to block the Dakota Access pipeline, a private security firm with experience fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan launched an intrusive military-style surveillance and ...
Standing Rock Tribal Chair David Archambault II Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman David Archambault II speaks at a community forum on the the Dakota Access pipeline and Standing Rock on November 28, 2016. Angela Jimenez for MPR News 2016.
(CNN NEWS) - After months of protests, lawsuits and occasional clashes, oil is now flowing through the controversial Dakota Access pipeline. The pipeline's developer says the nearly 1,200 mile-long pipeline that stretches across four states is now in ...
The Dakota Access pipeline is part of a system that transports oil from the Bakken and Three Forks production areas in North Dakota to a storage hub outside Patoka, Ill.
Crude oil is now flowing through the Dakota Access pipeline, despite months of protests against it by Native American tribes and environmental groups.
21, 2016, file photo, protesters against the Dakota Access oil pipeline stand on a burned-out truck near Cannon Ball, N.D.


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