St. Paul, Minnesota – We were live in St. Paul, Minnesota, as the Poor People’s Campaign, interfaith leaders, and indigenous leaders marched to deliver a letter of opposition to Enbridge’s line 3 pipeline replacement to the PUC and Governor Dayton.
The line 3 proposal, if approved, will become one of the biggest pipelines in the world moving near 915,000 barrels of tar sands oil a day through Minnesota. The proposal has seen years of opposition and actions by community, indigenous, and environmental groups. This month the decision is expected on whether pipeline construction will begin.
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Unicorn Riot's Line 3 Oil Pipeline Coverage:
- Direct Action Ramps Up Resistance to Line 3 - Sept. 18, 2017
- Resistance to Line 3 Pipeline Seeks to Save Sacred Manoomin - Oct. 9, 2017
- Rally Against Line 3 Minnesota Pipe Yards - Dec. 11, 2017
- Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Requests Line 3 Schedule Change - Jan. 10, 2018
- Interfaith Community Delivers Letter of Line 3 Opposition to Minnesota Government Offices - June 4, 2018
- As Line 3 Oil Pipeline Decision Looms, Indigenous Resistance Increases - June 26, 2018
- Line 3 Oil Pipeline Approved By Minnesota Regulators - June 28, 2018