North Dakota borrows $7M more for pipeline protest costs
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 () North Dakota leaders will borrow an additional $7 million to cover the cost of law enforcement related to the ongoing protest of the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline.
If demonstrators agree to certain conditions, North Dakota authorities have said they'll move away from a key bridge near the main Dakota Access pipeline protest camp by Sunday afternoon. A Morton County Sheriff's Office news release details the conditions.
CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) " The Latest on the Dakota Access pipeline protest (all times local):11:10 a.m.A Navy veteran and Harvard graduate student says he came to... New Zealand Herald - BusinessAlso reported by •Raw Story •Epoch Times
CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) " The Latest on the Dakota Access pipeline protest (all times local):5:35 p.m.Hundreds of demonstrators near the Dakota Access pipeline... New Zealand Herald - WorldAlso reported by •Epoch Times
Military veterans started to gather Sunday near the main Dakota Access pipeline protest camp, where they'll join the several hundred people who are against the... CTV News - WorldAlso reported by •Epoch Times