North Dakota borrows $7M more for pipeline protest costs
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 () BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota leaders have approved an emergency request to 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. The state’s Emergency Commission voted Wednesday to borrow the funds from the state-owned Bank of North Dakota. The […]
If demonstrators agree to certain conditions, North Dakota authorities have said they'll move away from a key bridge near the main Dakota Access pipeline protest camp by Sunday afternoon. A Morton County Sheriff's Office news release details the conditions.
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