North Dakota Taxpayers On The Hook For $40 Million Because Of Pipeline Protests

Chris White | Daily Caller

Protests at the Dakota Access Pipeline earlier this year cost North Dakota taxpayers nearly $40 million, and resulted in more than 700 arrests.

Taxpayers must pony up $38 million to repair damage anti-DAPL activists caused during nearly a year of protesting the multi-billion dollar oil project, according to reports conducted by state officials.…

Pipeline Protester Drives 10K Miles, Wants You To Chip In For Gas

An activist claiming to have driven over 10,000 miles in order to protest pipelines is now asking hardworking Americans to chip in for gas so he can drive another 2,300 miles.

“I’ve got almost 2,300 miles to go to get back to the reasons I enlisted in this battle and need a little help from friends,” wrote Josh Michener in a recent Facebook post promoting his GoFundMe page.…

Denver Police Search For Anti-Pipeline Vandals Who Attacked Local Bank Branch

Staff Reporter | Western Wire

Vandals who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline smashed the windows of a local bank branch in a politically motivated attack that’s under investigation by Denver police.

The vandals targeted a Chase Bank branch at 1038 East 6th Avenue, throwing rocks at the windows and spray painting “No DAPL” on the front of the building, according to a police report obtained by Western Wire.…