A district court judge in Washington, D.C., will hear arguments Monday on whether to stop work on the controversial Dakota Access oil pipeline.
The $3.8 billion pipeline would transport oil from North Dakota to an existing pipeline in Illinois and would cross the Missouri River near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.
It has been the subject of protests from Native Americans and environmental activists around the country.
Judge James Boasberg will hear arguments on whether to stop work until a legal battle with Native American tribes has been resolved.
Reporter Lauren Donovan joined the program to talk about the hearing.
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