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DREW WRIGLEY

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“It is a very, very significant law enforcement problem, and one we intend to address,” Wrigley said.
The greatest cost of this scandal to our state isn't measured in dollars so much as lost trust in our public servants.
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The initiative has hit snags even before being approved. But if an independent consultant does find criminal charges are warranted against police officers, the road leads back to prosecutors who have already declined to pursue charges in the two shootings in question.
Recently elected Attorney General Drew Wrigley told Forum News Service a report compiled by private firm Planet Technologies concluded that former Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem's deleted account cannot be recovered.
Democratic-NPL Reps. Karla Rose Hanson and Zac Ista asked North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley in August for an opinion addressing what they viewed as conflicts in state law that put pregnant women and medical providers in danger.
The state crime lab in Bismarck has been mostly unable to test guns and latent fingerprints due to staffing limitations, said North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley.

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Drew Wrigley was appointed to the job following the death of longtime Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem in January.
“North Dakota law has no statutory requirement or constitutionally permissible method by which to require proof of citizenship, so it is my opinion that current law does not permit an election official to require a voter to provide documentary proof in order to vote,” North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley said in a statement.
When speaking to poll workers being trained for the Nov. 8 general election, Cass County State's Attorney Burdick said “we decided we did not have the right to challenge if someone was a U.S. citizen. You should take them at their word. I realize that is a little less than comfortable."

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