TOM RICKER: One ‘honor’ North Dakota could do without
ENGLEVALE, N.D. — Last year, I stood before the group assembled at the Fargo-Moorhead Labor Temple for the Northern Plains United Labor Council’s annual Workers Memorial Day Observance and shared the sobering news that, as of 2011, North Dakota became the most dangerous state in the country to work, holding the dubious honor of being 50th in deaths on the job.
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