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Protesters gathered Wednesday outside a St. Paul building where the Public Utilities Commission is listening to arguments about Enbridge Energy’s proposed Sandpiper crude oil pipeline.

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About 100 anti-pipeline protesters gathered outside a state office building in St. Paul this morning as regulators prepared to hear arguments for and against a proposed northern Minnesota crude oil pipeline. The Public Utilities Commission is scheduled to vote Friday on whether the project is needed.
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