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Supporters and opponents of a pipeline expansion project to boost capacity on Enbridge Energy’s Alberta Clipper oil pipeline packed into the Pike Bay Town Hall in Cass Lake to attend a regulatory hearing on the project. Pictured, Enbridge executive Mark Curwin, center gives his opening remarks as fellow Enbridge panelists Jeff Jurgens (left) an engineering manager, and Arshia Javaherian, senior legal counsel look on. Zach Kayser | Bemidji Pioneer

Enbridge Pipeline supporters, opponents pack hearing at Pike Bay Town Hall

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By Zach Kayser / Bemidji Pioneer

CASS LAKE — More than 70 people crammed into a sweltering town hall event Wednesday evening to give testimony and listen to a public hearing on an oil pipeline that passes through much of northwest Minnesota.

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