- The Dakota pipeline like one hundred of Native Americans protested.
- There has been an argument about the Dakota pipeline if they should build the pipeline.
The Argument over the DAPL, if it should, or should not be built.
- Chase Iron Eyes is a resident and citizen of Standing Rock. He recently posted to Facebook urging the thousands at the reservation to stay “until this pipeline is dead, until DAPL & Law Enforcement are gone”.
Chase Iron Eyes. Standing for his Native American tribe, against DAPL.
- Facebook Native and environmental groups are protesting an addition to the Alberta Clipper pipeline, which State Department approved in 2009.
- The company aims to begin construction on the pipeline by 2017 and complete it by 2019.
The DAPL will cross the Missouri River.
- In October, climate change activists tried to shut up off pipelines in five places in the United States.
Change Activists shut off pipelines.
- A standoff over the Dakota Access pipeline will not end because the arguments about the DAPL continues to grow longer and longer.
- The Army Corps refused to grant the permit to build a section of the pipeline under the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation.
- Despite the cold weather and Army Corps decision, reports say protestors continue to show up at Standing Rock.
Protestors getting arrested for getting, "too much", over the line.
NEWS FOR THE DAPL
Despite concerns that the Dakota Access Pipeline could threaten the primary source of drinking water for the Standing Rock Sioux. A federal judge ruled that the pipeline's developer can keep some information about spill risker secret from the public.
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