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Guest Post: Legislature Doing Big Things For North Dakota

Guest Post: Legislature Doing Big Things For North Dakota

The 2013 North Dakota Legislative Session has reached the half way point known as crossover. That is the point where legislation that has passed the House and the Senate crosses over to be considered by the other legislative body. Predictably, the first half has been like watching sausage be made. There are lots of options

ND Senate Proposes Property Tax Elimination Study

Senator Dwight Cook (R), District 34, has filed SCR 4021 late Friday before the Legislature convened for the week. Co-sponsored by Sens Tom Campbell and Rich Wardner, and Reps Wes Belter, Craig Headland, and Majority Leader Al Carlson; SCR 4021 would if passed and accepted by Legislative Management as a study: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT

Interview: Senator Dwight Cook Introduces Major Oil Tax Reforms

Today Senator Dwight Cook introduced SB2336 (not available online yet) proposing several major changes to North Dakota’s oil taxes. He took a few minutes to talk with me about the changes after a press conference with House Majority Leader Al Carlson and Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner announcing them. Here are the specifics of the

ND Legislature Week 2 Hall Of Shame: Senator Rich Wardner, Rep. Al Carlson

During the last legislative session we here at SAB awarded a weekly “RINO of the Week” award to a Republican legislator who strayed the furthest from what are supposed to be the principles of the party. I wanted to do that again this week, and we did name a RINO for the first week (Governor

Senate Pounds Through Emergency Bill To Block Open Records Request

Yesterday I wrote about an open records I filed for comments posted in the North Dakota legislature’s bill tracking service. I was curious if those comments were open record or not, and so filed the request to find out. The response so far has been to rush though legislation to block open records requests for

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