THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Health care presser update
BISMARCK Certain provisions of the new health care law take effect Thursday, including changes for pre-existing conditions, lifetime limits and denied claims.
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The conventional wisdom regarding the race for U.S. senator from North Dakota is that Republican Gov. John Hoeven will be the landslide winner over Democratic state Sen. Tracy Potter of Bismarck when the votes are counted Tuesday.
But candidates disagree on solutions to crisis
Dealing with the economic crisis is the top priority for North Dakota’s next member of the U.S. Senate, said Republican Gov. John Hoeven and Democratic-NPL state Sen. Tracy Potter.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, October 29, 2010
With days to go before Election Day, Republican U.S. Senate hopeful and North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven holds a nearly 3-to-1 lead over his Democratic opponent, according to the latest poll results from Rasmussen Reports.
I listened to our North Dakota U.S. Senate candidates debate. I was shocked to hear Gov. John Hoeven accuse state Sen. Tracy Potter, D-Bismarck, of wanting to “slow down the economy” by regulating the number of oil well permits.
Differences seen in views on taxes, North Dakota energy policy
Republican Gov. John Hoeven and Democratic-NPL state Sen. Tracy Potter held their own against one another in the first of two verbal sparring matches set for North Dakota’s U.S. Senate race.
Event at Ramada Plaza Suites is one of two scheduled between
US Senate candidates
With 40 days left until Election Day, the two leading candidates for North Dakota’s open U.S. Senate seat will go head-to-head for the first time this campaign season.
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