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North Dakotans share reactions to reality of Constitutional Carry Law


Police could soon be allowed to arrest abusers who haven't surrendered weapons


Senate committee recommends 'do not pass' on refugee resettlement study


Home schoolers could soon chose to be exempt from standardized testing


Senate rejects change to employee discrimination process


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


Gov.Burgum signs bill into law to defund BreatheND


Gov. Burgum signs Constitutional Carry Bill into law


Trump administration to approve Keystone XL pipeline project Monday


Mont. special election to be held in May to replace now-Secretary Ryan Zinke


Casino bill fails 26-63 in N.D. House


State lawmakers remember colleagues that have passed away


Emotional reactions after autism therapy insurance bill fails in the Senate


Lawmaker proposes bill to keep guns out of hands of domestic violence offenders


Some legislators say 'safe spaces' don't belong on N.D. college campuses


Legislation aims to protect law enforcement confidential informants


Constitutional Carry Bill passes N.D. Senate 34 to 13


Medical marijuana supporters testify against proposed changes to Compassionate Care Act


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