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DSU Foundation hearing pushed to late spring or early summer

The receivership hearing involving the state of North Dakota against the Dickinson State University Foundation will be pushed back to sometime in the late spring or early summer of 2017, Parrell Grossman, attorney with the North Dakota Attorney G...

The receivership hearing involving the state of North Dakota against the Dickinson State University Foundation will be pushed back to sometime in the late spring or early summer of 2017, Parrell Grossman, attorney with the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office said Wednesday.

The hearing was originally set to begin on Oct. 31. But the state felt they would need more time to make sure it had the necessary information to move forward in order to obtain an accurate result. Attorneys for the state also felt that one and a half days was not sufficient time to conduct a hearing with many potential witnesses and complex information.

An exact date for the hearing has not been set.

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