League of Women Voters creates videos to help North Dakotans engage with legislative session

The videos can be viewed on the League’s YouTube channel.

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FARGO — The League of Women Voters of North Dakota has created how-to videos to help residents make their voices heard in the 2023 North Dakota legislative session.

The videos show residents how to easily find bill information, submit public testimony and view recordings of bill hearings.

“We know citizens want to be engaged in the making of state laws,” said Barbara Headrick, board president of the League of Women Voters of North Dakota. “These 10-minute how-to videos are a great first step for North Dakotans wanting to get familiar with the lawmaking process.”

The videos can be viewed on the League’s YouTube channel at . Subscribe to the channel to be notified when additional short videos about the Legislature have been posted.

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