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ND Bar Association Sued by Shared Parenting Proponent Over Open Records

ND Bar Association Sued by Shared Parenting Proponent Over Open Records

The shared parenting issue – the push to reform North Dakota’s family law to create greater equity between divorced parents when it comes to raising their kids – has been a real headache for the State Bar Association of North Dakota. Despite being an official regulatory body – if you practice law in North Dakota

State Bar Association Facing Lawsuit Over Use Of Licensing Fees For Politics

Chris Berg broke this story last night on his 6:30 Point of View program. You can read the complaint in the suit below, which was filed by attorneys for the Arizona-based Goldwater Institute on behalf of Bismarck-based attorney Arnold Fleck. You can read the Goldwater Institute’s press release on the matter here. At issue here

Shared Parenting Supporters Call For Investigation Into State Bar Opposition To Measure 6

Earlier this month I wrote about the State Bar Association of North Dakota using mandatory attorney licensing fees to fund their opposition campaign to Measure 6, the shared parenting measure. “It is illegal what they are doing,” Mitchell Sanderson, spokesman for the North Dakota Shared Parenting Initiative, told me at the time. “No doubt about

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