STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Political notebook: Bills go forward, but without Dayton deal
Republican state budget plans will become clear in the coming week, although no one expects the governor to agree.
A week ago, the GOP released a budget outline, and legislative committees now are de... Posted on 3/20/11 at 8:31 PM
St. Paul – Minnesota’s Republican chairman called reporters to his office a block north of the state Capitol the day after the election to outline what he saw as irregularities in voting that he said could affect the governor’s race.
BISMARCK – With so much focus on Election Day, North Dakota’s big day was nearly overlooked this year.
The state celebrates its 121st birthday on Tuesday, a fact pointed out by Secretary of State Al Jaeger.
BISMARCK – North Dakota college students may soon have a “next generation” way to reach employers.
The legislative Workforce Committee recently approved a bill draft that would create a pilot program for a college e-portfolio system.
BISMARCK – North Dakotans can now apply online for assistance programs, such as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (food stamps), child care assistance and Medicaid.
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