October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10

In The News

Tribes Argue Dakota Access Created Own Problems

Tribes Argue Dakota Access Created Own Problems Native American tribes maintained in last-minute court filings that the Dakota Access oil pipeline developer has overstated the potential adverse effects of a shutdown. Standing Rock Sioux attorney Jan Hasselman also argued that Energy Transfer Partners brought on its own problems by pushing ahead with construction prior to gaining final federal approval. ETP “made reckless choices, and it must accept the consequences,” Hasselman wrote in a court filing before U.S. District Judge James Boasberg in Washington, D.C. The $3.8 billion pipeline began moving North Dakota oil through South Dakota and Iowa to Illinois on June 1 after President Trump

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