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DREW WRIGLEY

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., said the group of North Dakota leaders "made the case very clearly" for keeping the wild horses and "will work to get it done."
The consumer protection division of the attorney general's office opened an investigation in October of 2021 into Glasser Images and its sudden closure.
Rep. Mike Motschenbacher represents District 47 in the state legislature. He's also the executive director of a powerful gambling group. Can he ethically do both jobs at the same time?
"I'm not going to be backed off on this with some phony fiscal note," North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley said, referring to his push for new minimum sentencing laws.

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"Has anyone informed the House, the Senate, the governor that they've already lost at this?" Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring asked, referring to Minnesota's proposed ban on some energy imports.
The North Dakota Attorney General's Office said Nu Life Institute refused to cooperate with the investigation.
"Remember, the goal of the criminal justice system is justice, not populating prisons."
The secretary of state's dismissal of signatures for fraud would be "presumed to be lawful" under a bill before the Legislature in Bismarck this session.
North Dakota state Sen. Janne Myrdal is sponsoring a bill that she says would reconcile differences between an abortion ban held up in court and preexisting state abortion laws.
The attorney general confirmed on Friday, Jan. 13, that he fired Robyn Quinn a week ago

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Senate Bill 2131 deletes a single line from the North Dakota Century Code: “The state crime laboratory must be administratively separated from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation.”
House Bill 1230, introduced by Bismarck Republican Rep. Mike Nathe, would put in place mandatory fines for those found to have committed petition fraud.
Some committee members appeared wary of adding a large number of employees to Wrigley's office, with one questioning whether such a move is better for the state in the long run.

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