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S.F. bid to cut ties to pipeline could hit snag
Mar 8, 2017 - The San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco wants to divest from companies and banks that help finance the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline, but doing so could prove financially impossible.

On Tuesday, Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer introduced a resolution calling on city Treasurer Jose Cisneros to add the Dakota Access Pipeline to the list of factors he considers when managing the city's $8 billion portfolio. Around $1.2 billion of that portfolio is invested in companies and institutions that finance the pipeline, s

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