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Native Americans, white farmers work to block proposed carbon pipeline in Dakotas

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An NBC News investigation finds an unlikely alliance forming in the Dakotas between Native American Organizers and white farmers who are teaming up in an effort to block a proposed carbon pipeline. The project would be the largest of its type, spanning five years, and expected to cost nearly five billion dollars. Karla Hult from NBC News’ Minneapolis affiliate KARE has the story.