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AZ protesters connect with national opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline (access required)

Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and other opponents of the pipeline have been protesting in North Dakota for months, attempting to block construction of the pipeline that would travel through North and South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois.

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