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Pipeline resisters call for bank divestment campaign | www.nativesunnews.today | Native Sun News

22.12.16

Pipeline resisters call for bank divestment campaign | www.nativesunnews.today | Native Sun News: “As we reflect on the decision by the U.S. Army to suspend the Dakota Access

Pipeline (DAPL) river crossing easement and conduct a limited Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), the resistance camps at Standing

Rock are making plans for the next phase of this movement,” a coalition of native groups said in a Dec. 9 written statement.

Energy Transfer Partners and business associates in the nearly $3.8-million,

1,200-mile private oil pipeline project through unceded 1851 Ft. Laramie


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