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DREW WRIGLEY

Attorney General Drew Wrigley said “North Dakota secured a landmark U.S. Supreme Court victory in one of the most important environmental and energy law cases in decades.”
Gates and his trust will own the land, and the family who sold it to him will farm it, and that's all legal under the law.
When the courts improperly read into the U.S. Constitution a right to an abortion that was never really there, they allowed our activists and politicians to entertain stark and unnuanced views on abortion because, thanks to the Roe precedent, they never expected to have to implement those views as law. But now that we have to, we're obliged to ensure that these laws are implemented fairly and without unintended consequences.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley told lawmakers his predecessors accrued $1.8 million in unanticipated costs while making specifications to a leased building in Bismarck. Lawmakers voted to investigate the matter.

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We're seeing a lot of partisanship in the wake of the Supreme Court's ruling. The Democratic-NPL is using words like "vile" and "evil" to describe it. Yet, without elected members of the Democratic-NPL, North Dakota's abortion ban might not exist.
Attorney General Drew Wrigley on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, certified that the U.S. Supreme Court allowed North Dakota to prohibit abortion in its Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision issued last week.
"I expect to be announcing that decision in a matter ... of hours not days," he said, adding that he doesn't expect to make the announcement today, but it's coming soon.
Where's the support for property rights?
Photos, search functions and offense descriptions now exist for all offenders, not just high-risk or lifetime offenders.
West Fargo's Bordertown Bar and Grill and Bar Nine are also suspended from gaming for a year.

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For the second time this year a statewide ballot measure has been kept off the ballot due to problems with the signature collection process.
During fiscal year 2021, North Dakotans spent $1.3 billion on electronic pull tab machines. The state is on track to spend $1.8 billion on e-pull tab machines by June 30, the end of fiscal year 2022.

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