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Comment period extended for TENORM proposal
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Trafficking bills to be heard today
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Al Heiser, Stark County roads superintendent, holds a sign from the county’s sign truck Tuesday at the Stark County shop in Dickinson. Road department employees from counties throughout western North Dakota met there to discuss different methods of putting up signs. “It’s basically kind of a show-and-tell,” Heiser said.
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House rejects headlights for sunrise, sunset bill
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U.S. House passes bills combating human trafficking
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Education groups against concealed weapons in schools
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