Judge Delays Injunction Ruling as Native American Pipeline Protest Grows


Protesters hoped a federal judge would halt the controversial Dakota Access pipeline being built across the Standing Rock Sioux reservation. By Lisa Song Activists resisting a controversial oil pipeline in a growing protest camp in Cannon Ball, N.D. hoped to hear a federal judge side with them Wednesday by issuing an injunction stopping its construction. Instead, they learned they may have to wait up to two weeks to hear the judge’s decision. See Also: Native American Pipeline Protest Halts Construction in N. Dakota 2015: The Year the Environmental Movement Knocked Out Keystone XL When Protest Becomes Sacrament: Grady Sisters Heed a Higher Call read more


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