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As primary approaches, Burgum sharpens critique of Stenehjem in debate

FARGO--In one of their last debates before the June 14 Republican primary election, Fargo businessman Doug Burgum sharpened his attacks on Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, again leveling claims that Stenehjem is a "career politician."...

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North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, left, and Fargo businessman Doug Burgum meet for their last debate before the June 14 Republican primary election. The two debated at Avalon Events Center in Fargo on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. Rick Abbott / The Forum
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