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Lawmakers decide to pay Gov. Burgum, but not mandate he take the money


House sustains veto of carbon monoxide detector bill


Lawmakers, Minot leaders react to passage of major flood protection bill


Mandan set to lose $2 million in state oil impact funding


After governor's veto, Senate puts auditor's budget in OMB bill


$193 million flood protection bill passes House, headed for Senate


Tax payers speak out about county social services bill, originally intended to lower property taxes


Medical marijuana supporters celebrate bill signing with Gov. Burgum


Legislative leadership reaches deal to end session


Lincoln City Council members approve curbside recycling


Lawmakers approve $1 million for Double Ditch restoration


Gov. Burgum signs Andrew's law


N.D. House rejects bill to pay Gov. Doug Burgum $1 salary


State takeover of social services as property tax relief headed to Burgum's desk


Bismarck Mayor reacts to petitions


N.D. House passes bill to allow voluntary student prayer in schools


Bismarck Bucks vs. Omaha Beef


Group of marijuana advocates gather outside state Capitol to talk pot


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