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NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATURE

InForum columnist Mike Hulett credits the North Dakota Legislature for bills which have recently been proposed in Bismarck.
Several bills seek to make the fund solvent but diverge on whether to preserve the defined-benefit public pension plan or transition to a defined-contribution plan for future employees.
The legislation comes in response to Summit Carbon Solutions’ proposed CO2 pipeline that is being reviewed by the North Dakota Public Service Commission

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"We would hope that Representative Dyk would reconsider the damage that his false statements have done," the Williston Basin School District No. 7 said in a released statement.
"North Dakota's population has grown more than 20% since 1990, yet we have fewer judges on the bench today then we did back then. If we want good judges, we have to start paying more."
The proposals would expand the right to carry a hidden weapon on college campuses and in public buildings.
The bills continue a nationwide trend that pervaded the 2021 Legislature, which handled more than 40 election-related bills
The bill’s passage in the House marks the first win for socially conservative lawmakers who have promoted a series of bills aiming to restrict gender expression for LGBTQ residents.
Two bills before the Legislature in Bismarck would end the state's ability to remove drivers' and occupational licenses for nonpayment of child support.

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The North Dakota Development Fund chose O'Leary Ventures to manage the $45 million Wonder Fund North Dakota program
"If we really care about each other, instead of making life worse for others, why aren't our leaders trying to make life better?" Bismarck resident Kris Mount asks.
Rep. Mike Motschenbacher represents District 47 in the state legislature. He's also the executive director of a powerful gambling group. Can he ethically do both jobs at the same time?

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