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Oglala tribe holding conference opposing pipeline

RAPID CITY (AP) -- The Oglala Sioux Tribe says it's organizing a conference to oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline. Tribe vice president Tom Poor Bear says it will be held Feb. 13-14 at the Rapid City Ramkota Inn. The conference is entitled "Help Sav...

RAPID CITY (AP) - The Oglala Sioux Tribe says it's organizing a conference to oppose the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Tribe vice president Tom Poor Bear says it will be held Feb. 13-14 at the Rapid City Ramkota Inn.

The conference is entitled "Help Save Mother Earth From The Keystone Pipeline."

The $7 billion pipeline would carry oil from western Canada to refineries in Texas.

 

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