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Dakota Access Pipeline Showdown Continues

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News video: Dakota Access Pipeline Showdown ContinuesAccording to the "Bismarck Tribune" a new threat coming from the local sherriffs office, that anyone delivering supplies to the protestors could face fines of up to $1000. Depiste the fact that the Gov. of North Dakota has ordered a mandatory evacuation, 1000.s continue to gather at the site of the protest, saying they will not leave until the state calls off the controversial project to carry oil through four states from North Dakota to Illinois.

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