Obama says Dakota Access pipeline could be rerouted to accommodate land

President Barack Obama said Tuesday federal agencies are evaluating whether the $3.8-billion pipeline that has sparked months of massive Native American protests in North Dakota could be rerouted to address indigenous concerns of damage to sacred sites “As a general rule, my view is that there is way for us to accommodate sacred lands of Native Americans,” Obama said in an interview with NowThis. He added that the Army Corps of Engineers “is examining whether there are ways to reroute this pipeline.” click video link below

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