North Dakotans share reactions to reality of Constitutional Carry Law

On Aug.1, North Dakotans will be allowed to carry a concealed handgun if they have a valid driver's license or state ID card for at least a year.

It's said a criminal always returns to the scene of a crime.

A bill that allows law enforcement to either confiscate guns or arrest domestic abusers who haven't turned them over passes the state Senate.

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ND teachers gather for STEAM Conference

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Senate rejects change to employee discrimination process

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Bill to limit school bond elections fails in N.D. Senate

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Gov. Burgum signs Constitutional Carry Bill into law

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