Resolution No. 106 | Session 2016-2017

Dakota Access Pipeline and we call on all residents of the City

the St. Louis City Board of Aldermen stand in support of the Indigenous opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline and we call on all residents of the City to raise awareness about this important struggle for Indigenous sovereignty and environmental justice and to support the Sacred Stone Camp efforts in any way they can. Furthermore, we respectfully request President Obama direct the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to revoke the permits and stop construction of the Dakota Access pipeline.

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Resolution Session: 2016-2017

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09/09/2016 Final Passage Vote Results

Adopted By Voice

Resolution adopted by voice.

In a voice vote, the chair notes the relative strength and volume of calls of aye and no. Voting by voice is done by the consent of the aldermen: a full roll call vote, in which each alderman must cast an individual vote, must be held if any alderman requests one.

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