Mountain Valley Pipeline

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Two women who have been trying to stop pipeline construction crews now face arrest.

Ever since two natural gas pipelines were proposed to traverse Virginia, some people have been trying to stop them. But at every turn, government approvals have been granted and both projects got underway earlier this spring.

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As tree clearing for the Mountain Valley Pipeline moves forward in southwest Virginia, some Democratic lawmakers in Richmond are asking for things to slow down. They’re also demanding support for a protester, who has been sitting in the pipeline’s path.

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The company building a controversial natural gas pipeline across the Virginias wants to add to the project. On Wednesday, Mountain Valley Pipeline announced plans to extend its project into North Carolina.

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Activists opposing the Mountain Valley natural gas Pipeline in southwest Virginia are camped in the Jefferson National forest, hoping to delay construction. One woman has been living on a monopod blocking the pipeline's path. U.S. Forest Law enforcement have closed an access road, preventing supporters from getting food and water to her. 

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