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Members of the Lakota people, Timothy Swallow, right, his wife Karan, second from right, and their children Naimah, 8, and Tas, 6, sing the native spiritual song during a rally outside the US District Court in Washington, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers to protect their water and land from the Dakota Access Pipeline. A federal judge in Washington considered a request by the Standing Rock Sioux for a temporary injunction against an oil pipeline under construction near their reservation straddling the North Dakota-South Dakota border. The Sioux are challenging the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to grant permits for the $3.8 billion pipeline that is intended to carry oil from North Dakota to Illinois. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Members of the Lakota people, Timothy Swallow, right, his wife Karan, second from right, and their children Naimah, 8, and Tas, 6, sing the native spiritual song during a rally outside the US District Court in Washington, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in their lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers to protect their water and land from the Dakota Access Pipeline. A federal judge in Washington considered a request by the Standing Rock Sioux for a temporary injunction against an oil pipeline under construction near their reservation straddling the North Dakota-South Dakota border. The Sioux are challenging the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to grant permits for the $3.8 billion pipeline that is intended to carry oil from North Dakota to Illinois. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

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