Keystone XL: Opponents Seek Injunction By Victoria Wicks • Feb 2, 2020 ShareTweetEmail Listen Listening... / 0:43 Keystone I pipeline, in the process of construction on the eastern side of South Dakota in 2009. Credit Victoria Wicks file photo Tags: Montana Federal CourtKeystone XL PipelineIndigenous Environmental NetworkNorth Coast Rivers AllianceTransCanadaJudge Brian MorrisnewsShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content New Keystone XL Briefs Question Trump's Authority To Issue Pipeline Permit By Victoria Wicks • Jan 26, 2020 TransCanada and the Trump administration have renewed their request to dismiss Montana lawsuits against the Keystone XL pipeline. Parties filed briefs late in the day on Friday, Jan. 24. Both proponents and opponents of the pipeline restated positions already on record in December, when Montana Federal Judge Brian Morris denied dismissal of the lawsuits and asked for further briefing. Morris asked parties to clarify several issues, including whether the president has authority to issue a permit. SDPB's Victoria Wicks has this report. Montana Federal Judge Refuses To Dismiss Keystone XL Pipeline Lawsuits By Victoria Wicks • Dec 23, 2019 Montana Federal Court A federal judge in Montana has handed tribes and environmentalists a pair of partial victories in their fight to stop the Keystone XL pipeline. Judge Brian Morris has denied requests for dismissal of suits against President Donald Trump, the U.S. State Department, and other federal agencies. The actions were filed by the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Fort Belknap Indian Community, Indigenous Environmental Network, and North Coast Rivers Alliance, et al.