Conflicting views aired at hearing on oil pipeline from North Dakota

Associated Press: Supporters of the proposed Sandpiper oil pipeline told an administrative law judge Monday in St. Paul that it will provide a safer and more efficient alternative to the trains that now carry most of the crude from the Bakken fields of North Dakota, while opponents said the project will exacerbate climate change. About 302 miles of the proposed 616-mile pipeline would cut across northern Minnesota, transporting light crude from western North Dakota to the Enbridge oil terminal in Superior, Wis. It......

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