THE DULLUM FILE Interviewing Earl
Thanks to Congressman Earl Pomeroy for joining us on WDAZ News @5 yesterday. It was his first broadcast interview since the election. Actually, I was surprised that he agreed to do the interview Wedn... Posted on 11/6/10 at 8:12 AM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Hawken seeks speaker of the House post
Rep. Kathy Hawken, R-Fargo, has notified fellow legislators that she's interested in serving as speaker of the House this coming legislative session. Here is the letter she sent out:
"The 2011 Le... Posted on 8/3/10 at 9:49 AM
Bill that would allow employers to withhold payment of employees’ accrued paid time off gets do-pass committee recommendation
BISMARCK – North Dakota senators debated the potential problems with allowing businesses to seize what they think is a fake ID but agreed to approve the bill on Tuesday.
BISMARCK – Speaking haltingly and looking through reddened eyes, a group of parents who have had teenage children injured or killed in traffic accidents implored North Dakota lawmakers on Friday to endorse new restrictions on young drivers.
Dale Wetzel / Associated Press
, January 29, 2011
It was a dominant theme in Minnesota’s gubernatorial campaign, extending to billboards for defeated candidate Tom Emmer that dotted the interstate with an urgent admonition: “Don’t lose another job to North Dakota.”
Legislation on censoring actually civics lesson on constitutional rights
North Dakota legislators are considering a bill that would seem to violate First Amendment rights, and it’s sparked a frenzy of controversy for the lawmakers who introduced it.
BISMARCK – Taking a stand against federal health care reform, asking for a stamp to honor coal miners and providing money for the Lawrence Welk homestead are among the bills that lawmakers filed this session.
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