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“Origin Nyi The Hill” declare : Judge denies tribe’s request to block Dakota Access pipeline

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A federal judge on Tuesday denied a Native American tribe’s request to block the Dakota Access pipeline.
They have asked Boasberg to rule on the legality of the process that approved the pipeline project last year.
The Cheyenne River Sioux tribe said the controversial oil pipeline project violates its religious freedom due to its placement under Lake Oahe.
Tuesday’s ruling came one day after Dakota Access developers said they could begin running oil through the pipeline as soon as next week.
Dakota Access and its industry supporters — as well as Army Corps regulators under both Presidents Obama and Trump — have defended the process of approving the pipeline.

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“Every dollar they get extra is good for the state as well,” state tax commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger said.
The 1,200-mile Dakota Access pipeline would carry the oil through South Dakota and Iowa to a shipping point in Illinois.
State tax officials estimate every dollar saved means about $33.6 million in added tax revenue each year.
It could shave shipping costs by more than $3 a barrel, according to Ron Ness, president of the North Dakota Petroleum Council.
It also will link to pipelines serving Gulf Coast refineries, which pay premium prices for high quality sweet crude like that drilled in North Dakota.

State taxes could flow with Dakota Access pipeline – The Denver Post*/

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Judge denies tribe’s request to block Dakota Access pipeline

Judge denies tribe’s request to block Dakota Access pipeline*/

A federal judge on Tuesday denied a Native American tribe’s request to block the Dakota Access pipeline.
They have asked Boasberg to rule on the legality of the process that approved the pipeline project last year.
The Cheyenne River Sioux tribe said the controversial oil pipeline project violates its religious freedom due to its placement under Lake Oahe.
Tuesday’s ruling came one day after Dakota Access developers said they could begin running oil through the pipeline as soon as next week.
Dakota Access and its industry supporters — as well as Army Corps regulators under both Presidents Obama and Trump — have defended the process of approving the pipeline.

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