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rights 'more: Noem said she wants make sure there's enough funding so local governments don't bankrupt themselves during construction, according to Vancouver Courier. She also wants officials to be able to aggressively pursue people who financially back violence and gain access to those funds as well.article continues below Trending Stories Barack Obama brings message of hope to Vancouver Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou sues Ottawa, border services for breaching constitutional rights'More than 40 men arrested in underage Vancouver sex sting Where do our plastics go And how do we get rid of them The push comes late in the state's 2019 legislative session, timing that critics panned. Kristi Noem said Monday that she's proposing a new framework for oil pipeline construction before building starts on the Keystone XL pipeline, introducing legislation that would require companies behind such projects to chip in on protest-related expenses and create a way to go after the money of those who fund destructive demonstrations. To the best of our knowledge, this type of approach has not happened anywhere in the nation before, and this next-generation pipeline construction model was developed to directly address issues caused by out-of-state rioters funded by out-of-state interests that have attacked nearby projects, Noem said. Noem's bills come after opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline staged large protests that resulted in 761 arrests in southern North Dakota over a six-month span beginning in late 2016. The current model for developing major energy infrastructure projects clearly needed to have an update. ( As reported in the news.