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State Tax Commissioner Rauschenberger doesn't intend to resign following DUI


Real ID coming to North Dakota next year


Congressional funding looks to reverse North Dakota’s opioid crisis


Increased oil production boosts state tax revenue by $18 million


Governor’s new residence almost complete


North Dakota gets no takers on old governor's mansion


Heavy interest in North Dakota medical marijuana network


New North Dakota hidden gun law already raising questions


Hundreds of new laws to take effect in North Dakota


How HB1169 changes gun laws in North Dakota


Sunday "blue law" repeal effort moves forward


Coalition fighting state Blue Laws takes first step


Free busing to be provided for those looking for a ride to N.D. State Fair in Minot


The current Governor's mansion could be yours... if you move it


Patriotic vanity license plates now available in N.D.


State accepting applications for research grants to promote honey bee health


Fergie, Paramore to perform at 2017 North Dakota State Fair


Search for World War I Memorial Trees at State Capitol


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