Dakota Pipeline Backers Ask Court to Order Final Approval by Corps

The companies building the contested four-state Dakota Access Pipeline asked a federal court to intervene so they can complete the final section in North Dakota, after the Obama administration again declined to provide the needed approvals on Monday.

Meanwhile, opponents of the nearly 1,200-mile pipeline fanned out Tuesday across the country to rally at the offices of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, banks and energy companies in…

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