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The ordinance states that sellers of THC products must pay a licensing fee of $750 a year. In addition, on-sale liquor license holders and restaurants are allowed to purchase a license.
According to unofficial results on Tuesday: Nelson, Nesemeier and White were elected with 61%, 64% and 63% of the vote, respectively.
Moorhead Mayor Shelly Carlson and two incumbent City Council members have earned our endorsements, while a third incumbent is running unopposed. These are our picks.
Candidates for the mayor's office and city council seats gathered to share their thoughts and policies with citizens at a forum on Tuesday, Oct. 25, hosted by the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce.
Moorhead City Council approved the first reading of the proposed ordinance, which outlines the city's regulation of the sale of edible THC products, before a lengthy debate around the price of licensing fees.
Seven people are campaigning for the votes of Moorhead residents in the upcoming city council election, and two are vying for the mayor's post on Nov. 8.

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Fargo Brewing Company will host the first event on Oct. 24, which will feature all local legislative and county commission candidates from both sides of the river. Moorhead candidates for mayor and city council will be present at the second event on Oct. 25 at the Hjemkomst Center.
“They are Moorhead’s guardian angels,” the nomination form reads.
School Board candidates were of vastly varied opinion following a question about sex education, book banning and what history should be taught to students.

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