Trump’s Executive Order & Legal Response, Morton County Workers Dumping Trash at Oceti Sakowin Campsite & Snowmelt Flooding, Contact Info for Legislators & Army Corps of Engineers
Donald Trump Signed an Executive Order to Build Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines
Legal Response To Trump’s Approval Order
“Critical motion charges Trump administration circumvents law and ignores treaty rights
Published February 14, 2017
WASHINGTON — The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe today filed a major legal brief challenging the Trump Administration’s hasty approval of the controversial Dakota Access crude oil pipeline, a project in which the President and his associates have had close financial ties. The Tribe’s summary judgment asks the Court to overturn recent U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permits of the pipeline issued without environmental review or consideration of treaty rights.
The Tribe seeks resolution of these claims on an expedited schedule that would have the issues resolved before the pipeline can go into operation.
“President Trump claims he has not received ‘a single phone call’ opposing this widely criticized project.” said Dave Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. “Maybe he should turn the White House phones back on, because millions of people have raised their voices against this dangerous project.” (Editor’s Note: The White House Comment Line is now working from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm – EST at 202-456-1111).”
Morton County Workers Dumping Trash at Campsite
Snowmelt Flooding of the Oceti Sakowin DAPL Protest Campsite
Phoning Your Legislators
Taking action by regularly phoning your legislators (Short calls, single issue per call) has been shown to be the most effective action. Text your Zip Code to the following number and you will receive a list of your local legislators and their phone numbers to let them know what you think: