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Steve Adair, a regional director for Ducks Unlimited in Bismarck, speaks Thursday at a news conference in the North Dakota Capitol's Memorial Hall in Bismarck announcing a proposed North Dakota constitutional amendment that would reserve a portion of the state's oil tax revenues for wildlife and conservation projects. Standing off to the right are Peggy Ladner, director of the Nature Conservancy, and Keith Trego, director of the North Dakota Natural Resources Trust.

Measure to use oil taxes for wildlife projects

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BISMARCK (AP) -- Conservation groups said Thursday they would campaign to put a North Dakota constitutional amendment on the ballot that would reserve tens of millions of dollars of state oil tax collections for water, wildlife and conservation projects.

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