Dakota Access Pipeline Temporarily Halted by U.S. Appeals Court

  • Ruling follows Army Corps decision on pipeline approvals
  • Court to consider longer delay for key section of pipeline

Demonstrators from the Keep It In The Ground campaign hold up signs while protesting in front of the White House in Washington on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Work on Energy Transfer Partners LP’s Dakota Access pipeline will be temporarily stopped while an appeals court considers an emergency request by a Native American group claiming the project could destroy or damage sacred land.

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