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Governor: State of North Dakota Will Try to Recoup Some Expenses for Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

Governor: State of North Dakota Will Try to Recoup Some Expenses for Dakota Access Pipeline Protest

Last month I wondered if some of the groups organizing the (often unlawful and sometimes violent) Dakota Access Pipeline protests should be on the hook for the state’s expenses in responding to them. This isn’t an unprecedented sort of thing.  Earlier this year bombastic presidential candidate Donald Trump visited North Dakota, addressing a conference in

Cody Schultz: Tribal Leadership Must Condemn Violence From Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters

Regarding the Dakota Access pipeline protest, I think it is important to point out a couple of things. First, there has recently been what I would describe as a complete failure of leadership by Standing Rock Tribal Chairman David Archambault II. On August 31 protesters affixed themselves to machinery and created such public safety problems

There Doesn’t Seem to Be Anyone Really in Control of the #NoDAPL Protest and That’s a Little Scary

The impression one gets from media reports of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, located on and near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, is that they have been organized by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and joined by other tribes and organizations from across the nation. Standing Rock tribal chairman David Archambault is written of as

Tribe Protesting Dakota Access Pipeline Didn’t Bother to Show up to Regulatory Hearings

The Standing Rock Sioux tribe has been hosting a (not at all peaceful) protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline near the confluence of the Missouri and Cannonball rivers in south central North Dakota. To hear the protesters tell it the pipeline is an existential threat to the tribal community. “The Dakota Access Pipeline project is

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