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North Dakota borrows $7M more for pipeline protest costs

FOXNews.com 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.
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News video: Evacuation Of Pipeline Protest Area Ordered

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North Dakota governor Jack Dalrymple has ordered the immediate evacuation of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline protest location. Dalrymple signed the order Monday, citing ongoing and projected “severe weather storm conditions” that could “endanger human life.” The order states that...

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