Dakota Access fights bid to halt flow of oil through Iowa

June 28, 2017

Lawyers representing the Dakota Access Pipeline are strongly objecting to a push by environmental groups to revoke its Iowa regulatory permit and shut down shipments of North Dakota crude oil.

Dakota Access, LLC, filed a resistance with the Iowa Utilities Board this week which accused lawyers for anti-pipeline groups of making statements so "shockingly dishonest" that the board should consider whether it can sanction attorneys who misrepresent facts to state regulators.

"The activist groups can engage in whatever wishful thinking they like when they are trying to rally their supporters, but in a legal proceeding words have actual meanings," Dakota Access said...

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