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ND delegation weighs in on Trump's executive orders to advance construction of DAPL


SCOTUS ruling forces change to DUI law


Bill would end "blue laws," allow stores to open earlier on Sunday


Proposed bill would raise legal tobacco age to 19


ND legislature considering a bill to decriminalize marijuana


Bismarck women's rights protesters march on the capital


N.D. Legislature discusses bill that would remove liability from unintentionally hitting people obstructing traffic


WATCH: Donald Trump sworn in as 45th US President


Obama gives commutations for 330 people, including 2 North Dakotans


ND Cares initiative to continue with new administration


Game and Fish questions long-term effects of proposal to sell lifetime fishing licenses


N.D. Legislature discusses details, implementation of Marsy's Law


ND Legislature considers proposed law to eliminate daylight savings time in the state


Hoeven voices support for Rick Perry as Energy Secretary nominee, Sonny Perdue as Secretary of Ag.


Petition to recall Bismarck mayor Mike Seminary moves forward


Brian Kalk accepts position at UND Energy and Environmental Research Center


Bill proposed to allow minors sentenced to life in prison a chance at parole


N.D. delegates weigh-in on legislation that reduces regulations, taxes for purchase of firearm silencer


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