By law, Industrial Commission can’t regulate ‘extraordinary places’
BISMARCK — When it comes to property rights, few in North Dakota lack an opinion, which is why the “extraordinary places” proposal being considered by the North Dakota Industrial Commission is of concern to business and industry throughout the state.
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