Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

The Bulldog Report

Judge denies tribal request for temporary Dakota Access Pipeline shutdown

© Greg Nash

BY RACHEL FRAZIN

The Hill

A federal judge has denied a request from tribes to temporarily shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline while it undergoes a court-mandated environmental review.

Judge James Boasberg wrote in an opinion issued Friday that in order to get a shutdown, the tribes must “must demonstrate a likelihood of irreparable injury from the action they seek to enjoin — to wit, the pipeline’s operation.”

Click the link below to read the rest of this story.

https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/554809-judge-denies-tribal-request-for-temporary-dakota-access-pipeline

Click here to get more news from the Bulldog.

On the go, but don’t want to miss any Bulldog news? Go to the App Store and downloads apps for Bulldog Reports and The Bulldog Show to your Apple and Android mobile devices. It’s free!

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

National News

By Mark Hansel Bulldog Report managing editor The inaugural Freedom Fest in Morning View, Kentucky, drew a crowd of thousands to the farm of...

Health

Letter from St. E doctors and other healthcare professionals expresses strong opposition to mandate Deters law has received a copy of a letter from...

Health

Deters Law has issued the following release regarding a lawsuit filed against major healthcare systems in the Greater Cincinnati Region. The lawsuit addresses the...

Donald Trump

Just Weeks After Spending $35 million For A 13,241sq Ft Mansion Nearby In Palm Beach By ARIEL ZILBER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM Sylvester Stallone recently paid...