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Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1975. -- 1 reel ; 35 mm. -- (Western Americana : frontier history of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900 ; reel 140, no. 1485)
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 140, no. 1485.|
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|Number of Pages||140|
A Judge Just Blocked South Dakota’s “Riot-Boosting” Law, But Anti-Protest Measures Keep Spreading MLK “could have been liable” under a law like this, judge : Delilah Friedler. The Dakota Access Pipeline, a part of the Bakken pipeline project, is a 1,mile-long (1, km) underground oil pipeline project in the United States. The pipeline was planned by Dakota Access, LLC, a subsidiary of the Dallas, Texas corporation Energy Transfer Partners, begins in the Bakken oil fields in Northwest North Dakota and travels in a more or less straight line southeast Arrested: +. The ACLU filed suit against South Dakota over SB , passed in advance of Keystone XL pipeline construction, and signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Kristi Noem. The Oglala Sioux tribe on Thursday, May 2, told South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem to stay away from the Pine Ridge Reservation until she rescinds her support for new state .
A South Dakota anti-protest law fashioned after one adopted by Oklahoma in recent years won’t be fully implemented. State officials now say they will not enforce part of the laws that critics argued targeted Native American and environmental opponents of the . Four states — North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Tennessee — have recently passed legislation restricting the rights of protesters, as part of a sweeping trend that has seen more than half the states consider implementing such restrictions. South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg today backed down from their unconstitutional attempts to silence protesters. Under a settlement agreement, which was submitted for court approval today, the state agreed to never enforce current state laws that prohibit protected speech and are aimed at suppressing protests against the Keystone XL pipeline. South Dakota’s governor and attorney general today backed down from their unconstitutional attempts to silence pipeline protestors. In response to a lawsuit we filed alongside the ACLU of South Dakota and the Robins Kaplan law firm, the state has agreed to never enforce the unconstitutional provisions of several state laws that threatened activists who encourage or organize protests.
GENEVA – A United Nations human rights expert has accused US security forces of using excessive force against protesters trying to stop an oil pipeline project which runs through land sacred to indigenous people. Law enforcement officials, private security firms and the North Dakota National Guard have used unjustified force to deal with opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline, according to. South Dakota has agreed to stop enforcing laws seen as curtailing protests over the construction of oil pipelines after a lawsuit claimed it violated First Amendment rights, according to a. A controversial North Dakota bill that sought to shield motorists from liability if they unintentionally hit a protester on a roadway, injuring or killing them failed to garner enough support from. SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and Attorney General Jason Ravnesborg today backed down from their unconstitutional attempts to silence protesters. Under a settlement agreement, which was submitted for court approval today, the state agreed to never enforce current state laws that prohibit protected speech and are aimed at suppressing protests against the .