Artifacts found on pipeline route not reported for 10 days

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Documents show that American Indian artifacts found in North Dakota along the route of the Dakota Access oil pipeline last month weren’t reported to state regulators for 10 days. Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak says she’s disappointed regulators weren’t notified earlier. The matter was to be discussed during a commission meeting […]
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