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The connections between Republican president-elect Donald Trump and the controversial pipeline continue to get stronger.
With Republican Donald Trump headed to the White House, Native women led a huge demonstration in the nation's capital, calling for an end to the controversial project.
The incoming president has vowed to lift 'roadblocks' to large infrastructure projects like the one that's almost complete in North Dakota.
Chairman Dave Archambault II of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe joins Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman for the latest on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Republican presidential nominee has financial ties to pipeline backers Energy Transfer Partners and Phillips 66.
Dakota Access has Indian Country beat when it comes to the money race in the nation's capital.
'This pipeline, it's poison,' Jasilyn Charger, a young member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe said.