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Tuesday, January 24 2017

Today, President Donald Trump signed executive actions advancing the Dakota Access Pipeline.  In response, Timothy Lee, Senior Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs for the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) issued the following statement: 

"Today, President Trump signed executive actions advancing the Dakota Access Pipeline, thereby helping restore faith in due process of law. Company officials followed the letter of the law in their completion of the approval process, and it is a relief to see that diligence recognized by President Trump.

"CFIF anticipates a timely completion of Dakota Access, which paves the way for safe, reliable access to critical energy resources across the region." 

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