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"The biggest problem with the measure is it robs voters of the right to elect legislators they continue to support," the letter states.
If we want North Dakota to be open for business, we need to make sure our workers can find child care. We need child care workers as acutely as we need teachers and nurses.
It will be "something different from what you usually see from our administration," Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford said on this issue of Plain Talk.
The war in Ukraine has precipitated some review of Russia-exposed investments, but to use that as the only impetus for reviewing our investments suggests that we only care about the brutality of regimes like Putin's when it crosses international boundaries and we can't ignore it anymore.
North Dakota has more than $44 million in investments with ties to Russia, the governor's office announced on Monday.
Incumbent Tax Commissioner Ryan Raushcenberger's resignation is effective January 3. By that date, Governor Doug Burgum will have to choose a replacement.

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Hennen protests the Biden administration's attempt to take control of monoclonal antibody therapy distribution.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said devising and implementing innovative technology is the best way energy companies can attract investment amid growing concern for the environment.
The $1.22 billion pipeline will transport water from the Missouri River near Washburn, N.D., to the Sheyenne River, which meanders through the eastern part of the state and eventually flows into the Red River north of Fargo. Supporters say the project would help meet the supplemental water needs of nearly half of North Dakota’s population, including water consumers in Fargo and Grand Forks, but the pipeline’s completion is years away.

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