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U.S. court orders shutdown of Dakota Access pipeline

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U.S. court orders shutdown of Dakota Access pipeline

U.S. court orders shutdown of Dakota Access pipeline

A U.S. District Court on Monday ordered Energy Transfer LP to shut and empty the largest pipeline from the North Dakota shale oil fields within 30 days, in a big win for the Native American tribes who have fought the line's route across a crucial water supply.

Yahaira Jacquez has more.


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