Listen: The Latest: Advocacy groups clash over oil pipeline deal
"Has been reached to replace the controversial oil pipeline line five governor Snyder's administration and the Canadian pipeline company Enbridge have agreed to replace to crude oil pipelines in the straits of mackinac with another one that would run through a tunnel below the lake bed. The plan calls for drilling an opening for the new pipeline through bedrock more than one hundred feet beneath the straits, it would take seven to ten years to complete and it would cost up to five hundred million dollars and bridge would pay all the freight line five has been the center of controversy. Although the company insists that the two pipelines are in good condition and could remain in place indefinitely democratic nominee for governor. Gretchen Whitmer has pledged to shut down line five if she is elected governor her Republican opponent Bill Schutte has endorsed the tunnel option."