North Dakota officials appear poised to go after the U.S. government - and thus U.S. taxpayers - to recoup more than $38 million in state expenses related to protests against the Dakota Access pipeline.
A federal judge in Washington says he'll likely decide within a week whether to temporarily halt construction of the final section of the Dakota Access pipeline, which could be ready to move oil within weeks.
Public officials in North Dakota are pleading with the remaining protesters at the Dakota Access oil pipeline camp to pack up and leave so authorities can resume cleaning up the premises without any further arrests.
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