THE NEW FORTY Common sense delivered by Dr. Thomas Jacobsen...
Today I want to utilize my blog to both applaud a good citizen and to further spread his thoughtful words. I know my blog readers extend far beyond my local area and beyond North Dakota. I also recogn... Posted on 5/5/13 at 7:16 PM
BISMARCK (AP) — Hearings on a disaster relief bill and a proposal to allow the University of North Dakota to drop its Fighting Sioux nickname will begin a few hours after the state Legislature’s special session begins next week.
North Dakota legislators may not agree on every issue as they head into a special legislative session Nov. 7 in Bismarck, but they do agree on one thing — how to handle growing pains in western North Dakota is a key topic.
BISMARCK (AP) — Lawmakers on Wednesday endorsed a plan to redraw the boundaries of the North Dakota Legislature’s 47 districts, giving new districts to Fargo and Bismarck while eliminating two rural districts in the state’s north-central and northeastern regions.
BISMARCK — Dickinson Sen. Rich Wardner defeated three GOP rivals for the job of Senate Republican majority leader Tuesday, almost two months after his predecessor, Bismarck Sen. Bob Stenehjem, was killed in a traffic accident.
BISMARCK (AP) — As North Dakota lawmakers begin the work of drawing new legislative districts for themselves, a proposal to give the job to an independent commission has fallen short of the petition signatures it needed to get on the ballot.
BISMARCK (AP) — A proposal to abolish North Dakota property taxes could deprive the state and local governments of taxes on oil, coal, electric power and telecommunications, because the payments are intended as replacements for property taxes, a county official told lawmakers Wednesday.
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