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North Dakota's tax commissioner said Thursday, that his office is not expected to finish examining how congressional tax cut efforts will affect state revenues until... [Read More]
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The North Dakota Supreme Court is giving Gov. Doug Burgum's office a month to respond to a petition filed by state lawmakers challenging several of... [Read More]
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Several people urged the North Dakota Department of Health to quickly implement the state's new medical marijuana program during a public hearing on proposed rules... [Read More]
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A combative Bismarck attorney and failed North Dakota Supreme Court candidate who was admonished for alleging members of the judiciary had worked to hide public... [Read More]
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North Dakota's tax commissioner predicted Thursday, Dec. 7, state revenues would take a hit under Republican tax overhaul efforts moving through Congress, but his office... [Read More]
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Seeking more input on state revenue projections after recent estimates missed the mark, North Dakota lawmakers voted Tuesday to contract with a consulting firm to... [Read More]
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FCCNN BISMARCK—State regulators want to sit down with company officials behind a proposed oil refinery in western North Dakota to understand why they're not going... [Read More]
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North Dakota's senators split their votes early Saturday, Dec. 3, on the Republican overhaul of the tax code. Sen. John Hoeven sided with almost all... [Read More]
North Dakota utility regulators approved a new five-mile electric transmission line in the Fargo area Wednesday that they hope will improve Xcel Energy's reliability. [Read More]
An effort to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in North Dakota is underway.David Owen of Grand Forks delivered a proposed petition to initiate a... [Read More]
A North Dakota state panel voted to accept an $18 million federal grant for training teachers to improve student literacy Tuesday, Nov. 28. The... [Read More]
Historians are paying homage to North Dakotans who fought in World War I a century after the United States joined its allies in the conflict. [Read More]
The head of the State Historical Society of North Dakota declined to say Thursday, whether the agency planned to appeal a jury verdict awarding almost... [Read More]
Federal tax credits continue to boost wind energy development in North Dakota, utility regulators said after advancing four such projects Thursday, Nov. 16. The... [Read More]
North Dakota lawmakers will review their policy prohibiting sexual harassment next month amid a flurry of such accusations in media, entertainment and political circles, a... [Read More]
A group representing North Dakota county governments is urging against cutting a popular tax deduction as congressional lawmakers inch closer to voting on an overhaul... [Read More]
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore should bow out of the race amid mounting accusations of sexual misconduct, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., said Tuesday, Nov.... [Read More]
A federal judge has ruled against a national pharmaceutical group that sued the state of North Dakota over two new laws passed by the Legislature... [Read More]
Tom Campbell says his cream-colored Chevrolet Tahoe has 28,000 more miles on it since the end of May. It has a cracked windshield and a... [Read More]
FCCNN BISMARCK—A state board voted to suspend a former West Fargo teacher's license for five years Thursday, Nov. 9, after allegations surfaced this year that... [Read More]
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