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Fossil fuel industry wants free speech for corporations but not citizens

Fossil fuel industry wants free speech for corporations but not citizens

As oil companies push to criminalize dissent, they’re also making the case that climate denialism is protected speech, not fraudulent advertising.
Climate protesters in Australia face harsh new penalties

Climate protesters in Australia face harsh new penalties

As of April, people in New South Wales who disrupt business activities can face up to two years in prison. Some climate activists say this law is aimed at them.
Police: Enbridge can influence government appointment
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Police: Enbridge can influence government appointment

Sheriffs in Minnesota worried about who would oversee an escrow account, funded by pipeline giant Enbridge, to reimburse the costs of policing protests.
Dakota Access Pipeline company subpoenas Unicorn Riot
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Dakota Access Pipeline company subpoenas Unicorn Riot

“This subpoena is outrageous and strikes at the heart of the First Amendment. It should be thrown out immediately.”
Minnesota police are getting ready for anti-pipeline protests
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Minnesota police are getting ready for anti-pipeline protests

Law enforcement agencies are preparing for protests against planned drilling under the Mississippi River, internal documents reveal.
Minnesota police want a pipeline company to pay for weapons claimed as PPE
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Minnesota police want a pipeline company to pay for weapons claimed as PPE

Police monitoring Enbridge Line 3 pipeline opponents submitted invoices for tear gas, batons, flash-bang grenades, and other riot gear.
Documents detail TigerSwan infiltration of Standing Rock
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Documents detail TigerSwan infiltration of Standing Rock

North Dakota’s private security regulator said a trove of company documents showed TigerSwan’s denials were “willfully false and misleading.”
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