The clinic that provides abortion services is vacating its downtown Fargo location in anticipation of North Dakota's abortion "trigger" law taking effect Aug. 26 following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that nullified Roe v. Wade.
The goal is to keep people safe, law enforcement said. In an effort to prevent exposing mental health experts and social workers to danger, officers typically won't call them to incidents involving violence, Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner said.
The Fargo School Board voted 7-2 in favor of rescinding a previous approved motion to begin their bi-weekly meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. The board ruled that the Pledge of Allegiance didn't align with the Fargo Public School District's diversity code.