Dakota Access Pipeline

N.D. PSC unanimously approves agreement with Dakota Access LLC

Change of venue granted for DAPL protester accused of firing a gun

DAPL owners offer counterproposal to N.D. PSC to resolve allegations

Morton County officials did not violate open records law for DAPL incident

Company behind DAPL sues Greenpeace, other environmental groups

North Dakota PSC reschedules DAPL hearing for early October

N.D. PSC delays DAPL hearing

Department of Justice awards $10 million to N.D. to reimburse DAPL protest costs

PSC offers settlement to Energy Transfer Partners for DAPL construction violations

DAPL protest one year later

Jill Stein reaches plea deal on pipeline protest-related charges

N.D. PSC prepares for case against Dakota Access for probable violations during DAPL construction

North Dakota still seeking to recoup pipeline protest costs

Two women admit to damaging parts of the Dakota Access pipeline

Panel: Dakota Access-style protests could become commonplace

Additional time needed for Army Corps to complete DAPL review

N.D. still on the hook for DAPL protest costs

Federal government denies N.D.'s request for reimbursement related to DAPL protest costs

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