House says university may drop Fighting Sioux nameBISMARCK - The North Dakota House voted 63-31 this morning to repeal the state law requiring the University of North Dakota to keep its Fighting Sioux nickname.
BISMARCK - The North Dakota House voted 63-31 this morning to repeal the state law requiring the University of North Dakota to keep its Fighting Sioux nickname. The bill now goes to the governor for his signature.
Here is the vote breakdown:
Amerman, Anderson, Beadle, Boe, Clark, Conklin, D. Johnson, Dahl, Delmore, Delzer, Devlin, Dosch, Frantsvog, Froseth, Glassheim, Gruchalla, Guggisberg, Hanson, Hatlestad, Hawken, Heilman, Hofstad, Hogan, Holman, Hunskor, J. Kelsh, J. Nelson, Kaldor, Kasper, Keiser, Kilichowski, Kingsbury, Klein, Klemin, Kretschmar, Kreun, Kroeber, L. Meier, Louser, M. Nelson, Maragos, Martinson, Metcalf, Mock, Mueller, N. Johnson, Nathe, Onstad, Owens, Paur, Pietsch, R. Kelsch, Rust, S. Kelsh, S. Meyer, Sanford, Streyle, Sukut, Wall, Williams, Winrich, Zaiser, Drovdal
Bellew, Belter, Boehning, Brabandt, Brandenburg, Carlson, Damschen, DeKrey, Grande, Headland, Heller, Karls, Kempenich, Koppelman, Kreidt, Monson, Pollert, Porter, Rohr, Ruby, Schatz, Schmidt, Skarphol, Steiner, Thoreson, Trottier, Vigesaa, Weiler, Weisz, Wieland, Wrangham