The program concluded with a Senate Republican-sponsored video highlighting the accomplishments of the Senate Republican freshmen of the 114th Congress.
Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on President Obama’s halting of an oil pipeline project in North Dakota known as the Dakota Access Pipeline. The project was a source of many months of protests and conflicts over the pipeline’s construction a short distance from Native American land. Ellen Gilmer, speaking by phone, talked about the Obama administration’s decision.
The program concluded with a Senate Republican-sponsored video highlighting the accomplishments of the Senate Republican freshmen of the 114th Congress. close
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Pedro Echevarria Host C-SPAN
- Ellen Gilmer Reporter Environment and Energy Publishing->Energy Wire
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