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North Dakota lawmakers would be reimbursed by taxpayers for meals during the legislative session under a bipartisan bill that supporters said is partly a response... [Read More]
A parade of groups representing local governments, farmers and highway builders pushed for a seven-cent bump in North Dakota's gas tax to pay for road... [Read More]
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Two Democratic legislators are proposing to increase North Dakota's oil extraction tax, a move that would reverse a decision made by lawmakers in 2015. ... [Read More]
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Abortion opponents urged North Dakota lawmakers to require physicians to inform women that it's possible to reverse a drug-induced procedure Monday, Jan. 21, a claim... [Read More]
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State veterinarians are investigating a beef cattle herd in southeast North Dakota after a first-of-its-kind strain of bovine tuberculosis in the United States was identified... [Read More]
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The North Dakota State Senate on Friday, Jan. 18, passed a bill that would allow school districts to develop school safety plans and collect additional... [Read More]
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A 28-year-old Bismarck man was indicted Thursday, Jan. 17, on charges of sexual acts with minor females, U.S. Attorney Christopher Myers said. Owen Cordell... [Read More]
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A proposal in the North Dakota Senate could resolve a long-running dispute over how oil tax revenue is split with the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara... [Read More]
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A renewed effort to repeal North Dakota's ban on Sunday morning shopping cleared its first major hurdle Thursday, Jan. 17, as House lawmakers agreed to... [Read More]
A renewed effort to repeal North Dakota's ban on Sunday morning shopping cleared its first major hurdle Thursday, Jan. 17, as House lawmakers agreed to... [Read More]
North Dakota lawmakers have introduced a bill to increase liability limits for political subdivisions in the event one is found at fault for damage or... [Read More]
University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy says he is "excited" about a bill backed by legislative leaders that could bolster research and economic development... [Read More]
A 58-year-old man trying to separate himself from a hot brass casing in his clothing suffered a gunshot wound during the ordeal, Bismarck police said.... [Read More]
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