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Would that we had more like Liz Cheney

Would that we had more like Liz Cheney

MINOT, N.D. — Rep. Liz Cheney lost in Wyoming’s primary last night, and the Trump idolators are feeling triumphant. Trump’s vengeance against those Republicans in the U.S. House who voted to impeach him is nearly complete. Of the 10, four opted not to run for re-election this cycle, and four more, a number now including

Video shows search warrant served on petitioner who worked on term limits measure

MINOT, N.D. — Back in March a ballot measure to implement term limits for state lawmakers and the governor was kept off the statewide ballot after Secretary of State Al Jaeger’s office disqualified more than 29,000 signatures, many of them for alleged fraud. The matter was referred to Attorney General Drew Wrigley’s office for possible

Pro-choice Kansas? I’m just glad Americans can govern themselves on abortion again

MINOT, N.D. — It was a surprising result in Kansas last night, as voters rejected a constitutional amendment that would have allowed state lawmakers to put new restrictions on abortion. It was a landslide. The “no” votes won by nearly 18 percentage points . This, my friends, is what democracy looks like. Whether you like the outcome

Judge’s decision to delay North Dakota abortion clinic’s closing was correct, but also a technicality

MINOT, N.D. — There were many headlines yesterday trumpeting a decision by South Central Judicial District Court Judge Bruce Romanick to delay the impending closure of North Dakota’s only abortion clinic. Some of the headlines said the judge ruled “in favor” of the clinic in Fargo, and while that’s accurate, it may have also given

Let’s not abuse the whistleblower in the email debacle at the Attorney General’s Office

MINOT, N.D. — Here’s an uncomfortable truth revealed by the recent scandal over deleted email accounts in the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office: For the assurance of fair access to crucial public records, we rely almost entirely on the honesty and integrity of state officials. I have filed thousands of open records requests in my