(Pierre, SD) — Summit Carbon Solutions and Navigator are going back to the drawing board after permits to build carbon dioxide pipelines were denied. South Dakota landowners aren’t waiting around for eminent domain reform. Three organizations are now coming together to make a push for new laws in the next legislative session. The campaign is called South Dakotans First, made up of the three groups: Dakota Rural Action, Landowners for Eminent Domain Reform, and the South Dakota Farmers Union. New polling from the campaign shows that 78 percent of likely voters oppose CO2 pipelines, including 60 percent that strongly oppose it.