A group of about 15 individuals gathered at the corner of Highway 20 and 31 to protest the proposed Keystone pipeline and the use of drones. Representatives with The Sierra Club cited the type of oil that would be transported and ruptures along other pipelines that damage wildlife, land, and negatively affect humans as well.
Protestors against the Keystone pipeline say ruptures along other pipelines could have a significant impact on state ecosystems and human residents as well. Part of the pipeline could pass through parts of Western Wisconsin, and protestors are concerned about the kind of oil that will run through the line and how ruptures and leaks damage wildlife, land and human populations.

 

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