Pipeline Hearing Set For April 9th

(Bismarck, ND) — The Army Corps of Engineers is getting a two-month extension to decide on whether to shut down operations for the Dakota Access Pipeline. A hearing had been scheduled for today that would’ve forced the Corps to come to a decision on the flow of the DAPL. A judge moved that hearing to April 9th. The delay will allow the Army Corps more time to consult with the new administration before making a final decision.

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