Dakota Access Pipeline Granted Easement

To the dismay of numerous protestors and outspoken opponents, on Feb. 7, Dakota Access LLC, the firm which was constructing the Dakota Access pipeline, received an easement from the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers to continue with the project. The easement, which was issued to Congress in the form of…

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