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Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters Stand Their Ground

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News video: Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters Stand Their GroundProtesters fighting to block the Dakota Access Pipeline are standing their ground, despite threats of prosecution from law enforcement. The North Dakota governor has ordered protesters to clear camps immediately, citing harsh winter conditions. Authorities say they will "passively" enforce the governor's order. Since late summer, protesters and members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe have been demonstrating together in North Dakota.

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