Thousands of protestors in North Dakota are seeing some progress in their fight against the construction of 1,200-mile oil pipeline.
The Department of Justice stepped in Friday allowing the project to be temporarily paused while officials reconsider the approval process.
The decision came after a federal judge denied protestors the right to block construction.
People all over the country, including in the Valley, are voicing their support for the tribe at the heart of the controversy.
Hundreds of people came together in Phoenix on Saturday morning to show their support for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in solidarity against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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