Supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe attend a rally in opposition of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, during a rally in Lafayette Park near the White House on Sept. 13. The company developing the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline says it is committed to the project, despite strong opposition and a federal order to halt construction near an American Indian reservation in North Dakota.
Supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe attend a rally in opposition of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, during a rally in Lafayette Park near the White House on Sept. 13. The company developing the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline says it is committed to the project, despite strong opposition and a federal order to halt construction near an American Indian reservation in North Dakota. Jacquelyn Martin AP
Supporters of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe attend a rally in opposition of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, during a rally in Lafayette Park near the White House on Sept. 13. The company developing the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline says it is committed to the project, despite strong opposition and a federal order to halt construction near an American Indian reservation in North Dakota. Jacquelyn Martin AP

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