Oil Pipeline Los Angeles

Oil Pipeline Los Angeles

Lance Browneyes joins opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline protesting around the country, in response to the Army Corps of Engineers saying it will clear the way for completion of the disputed $3.8 billion project to carry North Dakota oil to Illinois, outside the Army's offices in Los Angeles Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017. Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners, ETP on Wednesday got final permission from the Army to proceed with a crossing of the Missouri River in southern North Dakota. The tribe fears a pipeline leak could contaminate its drinking water. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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February 08, 2017 12:36:59 PM
February 09, 2017 02:50:56 AM
Damian Dovarganes
AP
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Lance Browneyes
Protests and demonstrations, Political and civil unrest, General news, Water pollution, Pollution, Environmental concerns, Environment, Environment and nature, Water pollution, Water quality, Water environment, Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Industrial pollution, Drinking water quality, Oil and gas industry, Energy industry, Business, Oil and gas transportation
Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES
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