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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, and the government should never be allowed to acquire land by eminent domain

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, but drastically increase the amount of fines the company must pay in the event of an accident

@8X2XSGM from Texas answered…1yr

No, but reroute the pipeline away from Native American land and the government should never be allowed to acquire land by eminent domain

@AWeiseyyy24Republican from Minnesota answered…1 day

@98XSTW6 from New York answered…3 days

A difficult situation for sure, once again I'm not comfortable weighing in with a governmental or political opinion. The divine government that I put my faith in, however, will ultimately solve both issues.

@98VWV8CWomen’s Equality from Maryland answered…1wk

@98TDQ87 from North Dakota answered…1wk

No. I believe that the Dakota pipeline should not be stopped, it should be finished and protected greatly as the Dakotans can use this pipeline as a very efficient source of energy for the future.

@84ZWD6LIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

No, but only if the project can be rerouted away from Native American land, and fines are increased for incidents that harm the environment

@98RHJZX from California answered…2wks

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

@98PT4J4Forward from New York answered…3wks

No but we must reroute it out of native lands and use materials to prevent leakage

@98PGP39 from Colorado answered…3wks

Yes, because the minimum damage to the environment the better the results of balancing out with people and nature, with out causing a war or something between each other.

@98P644X from Michigan answered…3wks

No, but drastically increase the amount of fines the company has to pay in an accident, and bring it away from Native American land.

@98NSKVHDemocrat from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

Yes, and the government should not build anything on Native American land without permission

@98MZBVH from Pennsylvania answered…3wks

Yes, the U.S. government has no right to put anything on sovereign Native American land

@98L3CZB from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

Yes, but not because the pipeline may hurt the environment. Instead because it goes through sacred holy lands owned by Native American Indians

@98H46SQ from Tennessee answered…1mo

Regardless, the arbitration of this matter should be determined by judges at the state level.

@98GG9GX from Kentucky answered…1mo

Yes, the government should never be allowed to acquire land by eminent domain, and nationalize the energy sector and shift our reliance to nuclear and fission energy

@98G6392 from Kansas answered…1mo

Yes, but reroute the pipeline away from Native American land and drastically increase the amount of fines the company must pay in the event of an accident

@98DSKBQ from North Carolina answered…2mos

Yes, the government shouldn't be allowed to acquire land by eminent domain and the number of fines the company must pay should drastically increase in the event of an accident.

@98CMBTS from Illinois answered…2mos

No, but it should be more safe, especially in areas that could be easily poisoned such as water sources

@98BM5SY from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

@93RZVS9 from Washington answered…2mos

Yes but make sure the pipeline is rerouted away from native land.

@98B2DK6 from Alaska answered…2mos

@7PTCG38Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2mos

Yes, the pipeline has too great of a potential to pollute the water supply for Native American tribes who reside on the surrounding land

@98B2DK6 from Alaska answered…2mos

So called Indian land should be taken away. It's racist to allow them to have anything because of their race.

@988ZN98Independent from Missouri answered…2mos

Don't be stupid with it like you can just go back from it. Build it like a whole ecosystem depends on it because it does, if it leaked there would be bigger problems disregarding having an independent country.

@988Z9LBDemocrat from New York answered…2mos

No, but have it rerouted away from the Native American's land and drastically increase the amount of fines the company must pay in the event of an accident

@987TWDRGreen from Alabama answered…2mos

They should try to stop it and start looking towards more renewable sources of energy. Temporarily, the pipeline can continued to be constructed for now.

@987RXPRLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

It should get no help from government, but rather fully privatized

@987KGHYGreen from California answered…2mos

Yes, and end access to extraction and exportation of US resources by foreign or multinational companies.

@986Z8QRRepublican from Oklahoma answered…2mos

No, but reroute it away from Native American land, and drastically increase the amount of fines the company must pay in the event of an accident

@985F23V from New York answered…2mos

No but we should reroute it away from native lands and upgrade it to prevent leakage

@984DTCM from Florida answered…2mos

@984BLKV from Nebraska answered…2mos

@98495DN from Washington answered…2mos

Yes, and the government should pay reparations for harms already caused by construction to this point. Mni wiconi!

@983DVK5 from Texas answered…2mos

@9838SCV from Iowa answered…2mos

Yes, and the process of acquiring eminent domain should be rarely (if ever) used.

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