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Craig Stevens: Further Delays for the Dakota Access Pipeline Aren’t Reasonable

Authorities arrest Dakota Access Pipeline protesters who had locked arms inside teepee poles erected in the pipeline route on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, near St. Anthony, N.D. Mike Nowatzki / Forum News Service There is no reasonable reason for the federal government to continue its delay of the necessary easement to allow for the ultimate completion and operation of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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