Dakota Access pipeline

Wells Fargo Offers to End Seattle’s Banking Contract Now
Wells Fargo Offers to End Seattle’s Banking Contract Now
SEATTLE (AP) — Wells Fargo is offering the city of Seattle the chance to break its banking contract immediately, before it expires at the end of 2018. Earlier this month the Seattle City Council voted unanimously to cut ties with the San Francisco-based banking giant over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project as well as other business practices...
Seattle Council Panel Votes to Pull Money From Wells Fargo
Seattle Council Panel Votes to Pull Money From Wells Fargo
SEATTLE (AP) — A committee of the Seattle City Council has voted to pull about $3 billion in deposits from Wells Fargo Bank over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project and other business practices. The Seattle Times says hundreds gathered outside the committee hearing Wednesday urging the city to cut ties with the bank and show support for pipeline opponents...
Farmers Lose Fighting Pipeline
Farmers Lose Fighting Pipeline
Unlike The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against the Dakota Access pipeline that resulted in a halt, agri-pulse reports that about a dozen farmers in Iowa , challenged the construction of the 1,200-mile pipeline through portions of their fields and lost their bid for an injunction that would have prevented ETP from digging trenches and burying the pipe sections, One of the plaintiffs, Keith