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10.9.16



Judge Denies Sioux Request To Stop Pipeline, But Feds Ask For Work Stoppage | OilPrice.com - On Wednesday, Judge Boasberg had issued a temporary injunction to stop construction that bulldozed a 150 foot wide, two mile-long path to make way for the pipeline through land that the Standing Rock Sioux tribe holds sacred. The thousands of Native Americans who have gathered at the nearby Sioux reservation and the companies building the line waited for what was thought to be a more final decision, due today.

According to Mother Jones, members from over Native American 100 tribes have been camping together near the disputed build sites, which, the Standing Rock tribe says, are sacred tribal burial grounds.


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