THE NEW FORTY Victimless crime...
I believe that the term "victimless crime" is an oxymoron. I think some folks think if a person isn't hurt it isn't a crime. I say - sure, but victim may not be a person, but that does not mean there ... Posted on 9/18/12 at 4:20 PM
WILLISTON — A second petition seeking a grand jury investigation of Gov. Jack Dalrymple related to oil industry campaign contributions was filed Monday in Dunn County District Court, signed by more than 250 people.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal related to a petition effort calling for a grand jury to investigate allegations of bribery against Gov. Jack Dalrymple, but a similar petition is being readied for submission.
WILLISTON — A new petition will be circulated in Dunn County to seek a grand jury investigation of Gov. Jack Dalrymple after a judge dismissed a petition last week in part due to a lack of qualified signatures.
MITCHELL, S.D. — Well, the name of the state is South Dakota.
Maybe that explains why some residents in the state have joined in a secession movement. But unlike the 11 southern states who tried to leave the union from 1860 to 1865, this secession isn’t about slavery, states’ rights or other issues that launched the Civil War.
WILLISTON — A little-used provision of state law allowing citizens to petition for a grand jury investigation has been utilized for the second time in two weeks, with the man behind one petition drive saying there could be more to come.
FARGO — Following the 10 current North Dakota State University football players who pleaded guilty to petition fraud Tuesday, two former Bison players entered the same plea Thursday and received identical sentences.
FARGO — Fifteen people were charged Friday with violating North Dakota election law, many of them telling investigators they forged names on petitions they circulated in order to meet quotas and to achieve bonus pay.
BISMARCK — Eight current North Dakota State University football players and one former player are among 11 people expected to be charged with voter fraud tied to two attempts to place measures on this fall’s general election ballot.
BISMARCK (AP) — Verifying more than 130,000 signatures on five proposed ballot measures is difficult when some names are illegible, said Secretary of State Al Jaeger, who believes signers should also be required to print their names on initiative petitions.
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