What could stabilize the system is dramatically increasing employer and/or employee contributions. But increases on the employer side mean more tax dollars going into the system, a proposition that might not be popular as state employees got a very generous pay increase in 2009.
Report: Initiative creates few private jobs A “centers of excellence” initiative that has lavished more than $40 million on North Dakota colleges offers scant evidence of success in creating private jobs, an audit of the state Department of Commerce program shows.
The “Hands Off My Health Care” bus dropped by Grand Forks on Tuesday looking for a crowd of like-minded citizens, but found only about 15.
Gathered at Town Square, they were a calm and patient lot, not the angry mob you’ve seen on TV.
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