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Audio: Ag Commissioner Says #NoDAPL Protesters Are “Abusing, Threatening, Exploiting” Farmers and Ranchers

North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. Cody Rogness/Forum News Service Doug Goehring, North Dakota’s Commissioner of Agriculture, was on my radio show this afternoon to talk about an aspect of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests which haven’t gotten a lot of attention so far. Namely, their impacts on farmers and ranchers in the area. “It is irresponsible of the media to portray this as peaceful,”.
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