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Senate Democrats were joined by five Republicans in their attempt to vote the bill down.
Rep. Rick Becker told viewers of his BEK News television show on Wednesday, Jan. 19, he has decided to retire from the House of Representatives after nearly a decade in the lower chamber.
Gov. Tim Walz announced that the first round of staffing support teams was set to move out to 23 hospitals.
Rep. Michael Howe, a Casselton Republican, was first elected to the North Dakota House in 2016 and quickly rose in the Republican ranks to become one of the youngest members on the powerful House Appropriations Committee.

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North Dakota has pursued a legal challenge to a moratorium that President Biden's administration imposed for oil leasing on federal lands. Lease sales are slated to reopen in North Dakota in the coming months.
The installation of median barriers on I-94 from I-29 into West Fargo is planned for this spring.
The National School Boards Association asked the FBI to address harassment and threats at school board meetings across the country as parents packed meetings to oppose COVID-19 precautions and the way districts handled topics like race and gender.
Longtime legislator cites spending more time with family and grandchildren as reason, says tough rural environment for DFLers didn't factor into decision
The Republican has been elected to the state Legislature twice from a south Fargo district along with her father, Jim Roers, who serves in the state Senate. Roers Jones said her priorities are supporting law enforcement, holding the line on taxes and treating taxpayers like customers.
For the first time since 2003, the North Dakota House and Senate will both have new majority leaders going into a new session of the Legislature.

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Qualls joins a crowded field of Republican hopefuls vying to take on Gov. Tim Walz in the general election.
The state's citizen Legislature, less than a year before new elections, will also tackle night-vision hunting for coyotes, electric-powered ATVs, and plans to build a new Rapid City workhouse.
“This campaign is about a new generation taking the torch and forging a sustainable future," Will Thompson said in a statement. "I hope to be but a single face among a large crowd of young leaders ready to stand up and take that torch.”

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