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Feds won’t clear out illegal “occupy” protest camp at Dakota Access Pipeline

"If that camp was full of people advocating for fossil fuels, they would have been removed by now" The post Feds won’t clear out illegal “occupy” protest camp at Dakota Access Pipeline appeared first on Hot Air.
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