Iowa Landowners Sue to Stop Dakota Access Construction, Say Pipeline Provides No Public Service

Posted: September 7, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Iowan landowners join indigenous activists in opposing Dakota Access pipeline.

AGR Daily News Service

In addition to facing large-scale resistance by Indigenous activists in North Dakota, the Dakota Access pipeline is also facing legal resistance in Iowa, one of four states through which it passes. We go to Des Moines to speak with Bill Hanigan, an attorney representing 15 Iowa landowners who are contesting the project’s use of eminent domain under the guise that it would provide a public service, even as it threatens to pollute the state’s farmland and water supplies.

Source: Iowa Landowners Sue to Stop Dakota Access Construction, Say Pipeline Provides No Public Service

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  1. sojourner says:

    Good! Maybe this will help these Native American protesters!

    I’ll be linking this article to a post I’m publishing tomorrow!

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