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Attorney General: State Board Broke Open Meetings Laws

Attorney General: State Board Broke Open Meetings Laws

Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has just issued an opinion ruling that a dinner held by Chancellor Hamid Shirvani and members of the State Board of Higher Education did, in fact, break open meetings laws. The State Board of Higher Education has been ordered to recreate minutes for the meeting. I think the AG is absolutely

North Dakota Attorney General Asks For $400,000 To Defend Pro-Life Bills In Next Two Years

The pro-abortion activists concern-trolling the cost of defending North Dakota’s new pro-life bills got some wind taken out of their sails last week when Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem announced that he’s asking for a relatively small $400,000 appropriation to defend the bills in the coming biennium. Many predicted that this legislature would have to appropriate

The State Of North Dakota Is Drinking This Guy's Milkshake

Black Gold Boom has an interesting interview with Stan Reep, a North Dakota man who owns property along the Missouri River. Mr. Reep is suing the State of North Dakota after the state re-surveyed the shoreline of the river and re-established a “historical” high water mark that usurps a significant amount of land rights from

Interview: North Dakota AG Wayne Stenehjem Says No Offers Yet To Fund Abortion Litigation

Now that Governor Jack Dalrymple has signed three controversial pro-life bills into law, one prohibiting abortions after a heartbeat is detected, all eyes turn to Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem who will be tasked with defending those laws in court. I interviewed Stenehjem about the issue yesterday: There are a lot of unknowns about what comes

ND Attorney General Rules NDSU Planned Parenthood Funding Legal

North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has ruled that the law which some claimed prohibited North Dakota State University from accepting a grant to partner with Planned Parenthood isn’t valid: BISMARCK – The state law behind North Dakota State University administrators’ decision to freeze a $1.2 million federal grant was “completely invalidated” by a 1981

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