ND lawmaker pushes measure to disclose governor's security, travel costs

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A North Dakota lawmaker is pushing a measure that would require disclosing the costs of providing security for the governor, lieutenant governor and their families, and better documentation of their travel.

Republican Rep. Bill Devlin's bill comes after questions about the level of personal security for Gov. Doug Burgum.

It also comes in the wake of a state audit that found the wealthy first-term GOP governor inappropriately used state aircraft for personal travel, something Burgum has denied.