A few dozen people occupying a sprawling encampment on federal land to protest construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline will have another chance to leave peacefully today, said North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, the Associated Press reports. Public officials pleaded with the self-named "water protectors" to leave so the site can be cleared. Most protesters marched out of the area ahead of yesterday's 2 p.m. deadline imposed . . .
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