Tribe tries again to block Dakota Access pipeline

16 Feb 2017   Pipelines

The tribe at the center of the debate over the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline said it was again challenging the White House on the issue. President Donald Trump last week gave final approval to finish the last stretch of the oil pipeline in North Dakota beneath Lake Oahe, a federally owned body of water. That section is the last major hurdle standing in the way of the line’s completion and the center of the debate over the controversial artery. David Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, said his organization filed a legal brief seeking a reversal of permits issued by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for pipeline construction. “President Trump claims he has not received ‘a […]

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