Obama says US mulling alternate routes for North Dakota pipeline

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President Barack Obama has weighed in on the ongoing protests against the construction of an oil pipeline in North Dakota, saying the U.S. government is examining ways to reroute it and address concerns raised by Native American tribes. Obama’s comments late on Tuesday to online news site Now ...
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