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A year after high-profile protests against the Dakota Access pipeline, Illinois farmers complain about damaged crops, unusable fields, lowered property values and the changed character of the land. For the town of Patoka, the pipeline’s endpoint, the project represents jobs and an economic boost. (Chicago Tribune)

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