The Keystone XL pipeline got the go-ahead from the Trump administration in March. The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission had already done the work to allow it to cross this state. But still the pipeline is not a done deal. There are appeals pending in the South Dakota Supreme Court and Montana federal court. And Nebraska still hasn't permitted it.
A South Dakota rancher has been battling the pipeline since 2008, at times making national and international news, and he's still going after it. John Harter spoke to the Black Hills Sierra Club in Rapid City about his experiences.