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Dakota Access Pipeline

The Latest On: Dakota Access Pipeline

February 23, 2017 | Reference

Setting The Record Straight: Standing Rock’s Engagement In The Dakota Access Pipeline

DAPL and its political allies have a favored talking point: that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe failed to “engage” with DAPL and the Corps over the pipeline until late in the process. Kelcy Warren went so far as to tell investors that, had the Tribe spoken up sooner, alternative routes could have been considered. This narrative is a false one. Here’s the real story.

February 9, 2017 | Video

Donald Trump, Turn On Your Phone

Donald Trump is saying that no one is calling to complain about his approval of pipelines. He is forgetting to mention that the phones are not on and that people can't call.

February 7, 2017 | Reference

EIS Termination

Notice of Termination of the Intent to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement in Connection with Dakota Access, LLC's Request for an Easement to Cross Lake Oahe, North Dakota

February 1, 2017 | Letter

Letter from Sens. Cantwell, Tester and Udall to White House on Dakota Access Pipeline Process

"As the former Chairs, and current Ranking Member, of the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, we write to express our concern about the Presidential Memorandum issued January 24, 2017 and reports that the Army Corps of Engineers intends to grant a final easement allowing construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline without appropriate consultation with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and due process."

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