Tribes win one, lose one in pipeline protest

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Tribes win one, lose one in pipeline protest

Obama administration intervenes in favor of North Dakota tribes, for now
More than 1,000 people gather at an encampment near North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux reservation on Sept. 9 during the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s attempt to halt construction of an oil pipeline near its North Dakota reservation.
Standing Rock Chairman David Archambault II speaks to opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline on the North Dakota capitol grounds in Bismarck on Sept. 9.
The Sacred Stones Overflow Camp grew in size and number as more people arrived at the site along North Dakota Highway 1806 on Sept. 5.

Tribes win one, lose one in pipeline protest

More than 1,000 people gather at an encampment near North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux reservation on Sept. 9 during the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s attempt to halt construction of an oil pipeline near its North Dakota reservation.
Standing Rock Chairman David Archambault II speaks to opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline on the North Dakota capitol grounds in Bismarck on Sept. 9.
The Sacred Stones Overflow Camp grew in size and number as more people arrived at the site along North Dakota Highway 1806 on Sept. 5.
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