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Fargo’s much-celebrated hate crime ordinance continues to be a waste of everyone’s time

Fargo’s much-celebrated hate crime ordinance continues to be a waste of everyone’s time

Minot — Back in June I noted that, as the first anniversary of Fargo’s hate crime ordinance was looming, it had resulted in precisely zero convictions. At the time, just one individual had been charged under the ordinance. Now April Baumgarten reports that this individual, a Lake Park, Minnesota, man named Wesley Jensen, has been acquitted. The charges against

Democratic-NPL candidate for attorney general a ‘top fan’ of Facebook bikini model

MINOT, N.D. — Since he was appointed earlier this year to replace Wayne Stenehjem, who passed away, Attorney General Drew Wrigley has been a busy man. His office is handling the investigation of officer-involved shootings. He’s been tasked with certifying North Dakota’s abortion ban which was triggered by the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. He’s

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