MINOT, N.D. — Let’s start here: North Dakota is a wonderful place.
That was a subtext of the refugee resettlement debate in Burleigh County this last week, though one overlooked by most.
The county commissioners had before them the opportunity to exercise a veto over continued refugee resettlement.
They ultimately voted to continue resettlement, though in a compromise, they capped it at 25 people in the next year.
For context, note that 24 refugees have settled in Burleigh County in 2019.